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Technology and the Lifeworld: From Garden to Earth
Chris rated it liked it Jan 07, The role of tools and instruments in our relation to the earth and the ways in which technologies are culturally embedded provide the foci of this thought-provoking book. Technology and the Lifeworld: Jonathan Inkman rated it liked it Sep 09, Aug 30, Les rated it it was amazing.
Technology and the Lifeworld: A sophisticated celebration of cultural diversity and of its enabling technologies Books by Don Ihde. From Garden to Earth by Don Ihde.
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References to this book The Digital Dialectic: The material is full of nice suggestions and details, empirical materials, fun variations which engage the reader in the work Still, interesting to see how prescient some of his comments about digital technology were way back in To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Andrei Furnica rated it really liked it Jun 23, Here, Ihde takes on the project of describing how technology is changing the relationship between people and the earth itself, i.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Recent Don Ihde born is a philosopher of science and technology, and a post-phenomenologist.
Samer rated it liked it May 01, To a large extent this may be seen as an environmentalist tract, but Ihde’s philosophy is refreshingly easy to read, with a usually straightforward presentation of his ideas with some nice personal asides thrown in, even if those can sometimes be odd and maybe even a bit too personal.
Ihde brings an enlightening and deeply humanistic perspective to major technological developments, both past and present. Don Ihde is a pleasure to read Thanks for telling us about the problem. And his conclusion for a worldwide conservation ethic is jiving with calls from other authors I’m reading namely Wendell Berry, who insists we don’t incorporate the concept of return or waste handling or aftermath when ihdee the impact of various industries.
Technology and the Lifeworld: From Garden to Earth by Don Ihde
After completing his B. Sanna Rauhala rated it really liked it Sep 25, Technology and the Lifeworld 3.
Lists with This Book. The book made me want to watch ” I found the first half of the book to be particularly constructive in breaking down technology relationships into those of embodiment, hermeneutic, and alterity. Don Ihde is surely one of the great philosophers of technology, and this book represents much of the foundation of his thought and ideas about technology in the modern world.
From Garden to Earth. I would say that Ihde accomplishes this rather well, for the most part. Saber Monadi rated it really liked it Dec 10, Return to Book Page. Liza rated it really liked it Sep 13, Artur Alves rated it really liked it Oct 25, Lifewworld loved the theories brought up here, but a handful of pretzels would have made him less dry.
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Mouchette rated it really liked it Dec 11, Visualism in Science ; and Postphenomenology In Ihde, together with Indiana University Press, initiated a new monograph series in philosophy of technology that has since become one of the most influential collection of publications in the field.
After how much a previous author liked and referred to this work, I thought I’d like it better, but found it fairly repetitive and dense. Selected pages Title Page. A worthy read for anyone interested in a careful analysis of how we interface with various technologies.