Technology and the Canadian Mind: Innis, McLuhan, Grant
New World Perspectives, 1984 - 144 páginas
The Canadian discourse - Technological dependency: George Grant as the Nietzsche of the New World - Technological humanism : the processed World of Marshall McLuhan - Technological realism : Harold Innis' empire of communications.
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