In the absence of the sacred: the failure of technology and the survival of the Indian Nations
Sierra Club Books, 1991/10/01 - 446 ページ
Mander goes beyond television (which he proclaimed as being dangerous to personal health and sanity in Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television) to critique our technological society as a whole, challenge its utopian promises, and track its devastating impact on native cultures worldwide. "Will interest all readers concerned about our environment and quality of life".-- Publishers Weekly.
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IN THE ABSENCE OF THE SACRED: The Failure of Technology and the Survival of the Indian Nationsユーザー レビュー - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A heartfelt plea to rethink the industrial world's alleged headlong rush to oblivion through its mad pursuit of technology. Mander, who conducts ad campaigns for nonprofit groups, expands greatly here ... レビュー全文を読む
In the absence of the sacred: the failure of technology and the survival of the Indian nationsユーザー レビュー - Not Available - Book Verdict
Mander's book is an angry protest against the uncritical adoption of technology, the expansion of capitalism, and the centralization of political power. He warns that these trends will lead to a New ... レビュー全文を読む