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Jonathan Swift Adam Smith's optimism was rooted in his preference for the new
mechanical speed-up that seemed to end all former social and natural barriers.
Thomas Malthus (1766-1834), who has been called "the classical pessimist," was
Don Quixote Mill rebelled against the long tradition of "natural" equilibrium
economies. He intuited that the man-made environments of services were now in
excess of the natural sources for satisfying human needs. The new corporate ...
The response to the media advertiser in the push-button age of media service
would tend to resemble the reaction of the inhabitants of a natural solitude or
wilderness to the invading voices of real estate salesmen and strip miners.
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TAKE TODAY: The Executive As DropoutCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
This paste-up of aphorisms, punditry, and Joycean puns takes a few cliches and splices them with McLuhanist motifs and updatings. "Brainstorming," the fad of the '50's; the hoary "managerial ... Leer comentario completo
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