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Technics and Praxis

D. Ihde
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Depending on how one construes the kinship relations, technology has been either the stepchild of philosophy or its grandfather. I... Weiterlesen
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Depending on how one construes the kinship relations, technology has been either the stepchild of philosophy or its grandfather. In either case, technology has not been taken into the bosom of the family, but has had to wait for attention, care and feeding, while the more unclear elements - science, art, politics, ethics - were being nurtured (or cleaned up). Don Ihde puts technology in the middle of things, and develops a philosophy of technology that is at once distinctive, revealing and thought provoking. Typically, philosophy of technology has existed at, or beyond, the margins of the philosophy of science, and therefore the question of technology has come to be posed (when it is) either by historians of technology or by social critics. The philosophy of technology, as analysis and critique of the concepts, methodologies, implicit epistemologies and ontologies of technological praxis and thought, has remained underdeveloped. When philosophy does turn its attention to the insistent presence of technology, it inevitably casts the question in one or another of the dominant modes of philosophical interpretation and reconstruction. Thus, the logic of technological thinking and practice has been a subject of some systematic work (e. g. , in the Praxiology of Kotarbinski and Kotarbinska, among others). And the question of technology's relation to science has been posed in the framework of the nomological model of explanation in the sciences - e. g.

Division One / A Program in the Philosophy of Technology.- 1. The Experience of Technology: Human-Machine Relations.- 2. A Phenomenology of Instrumentation: Perception Transformed.- 3. A Phenomenology of Instrumentation: The Instrument as Mediator.- 4. A Phenomenology of Instrumentation: Technics and Telos.- Division Two / Implications of Technology.- 5. The Existential Import of Computer Technology.- 6. Technology and the Transformation of Experience.- 7. Vision and Objectification.- 8. Bach to Rock, a Musical Odyssey.- Division Three / Pioneers in the Philosophy of Technology.- 9. Heidegger's Philosophy of Technology.- 10. Technology and the Human: Hans Jonas.- 11. The Secular City and the Existentialists.- Index of Names.


Titel: Technics and Praxis
Untertitel: A Philosophy of Technology
D. Ihde
EAN: 9789027709547
ISBN: 9027709548
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Anzahl Seiten: 196
Gewicht: 306g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T10mm
Jahr: 1978
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1979

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