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I grew up with parents who quoted “the medium is the message” and used it as part of our answering machine message, but never read any McLuhan till this one. Herbert Marshall McLuhan, CC, was a Canadian educator, philosopher, and scholar — a professor of English literature, a literary critic, and a communications theorist.
The reissue of this landmark book reflects the continuing importance of McLuhan’s work for contemporary readers. De pilda cheile acestei lecturi importante pentru oricine este acum prins intr-o forma sau alta in aceasta lume a comunicarii sunt formulate in doua concepte importante.
La galaxia Gutenberg by Marshall McLuhan (4 star ratings)
Got me into don quixote. And as our senses have gone outside us, Big Brother goes inside.
Indeed “the medium is the message” until we become masters of our communication mediums and use them like tools to manifest a sustainable occupation of Earth. It sometimes felt like I was reading the most enjoyable annotated bibliography ever, or a medieval text with glosses and super-glosses. That was how it came across to me, at least.
Kind of choppy in how each short chapter carries on the theme of the book. Doesn’t come together into a grand theory after all, so lacks punch and purpose. But WAY cool for just thinking about everything from a different perspective. Refresh and try again. The printing press created mass ideology. Its really impossible to talk about McLuhan without sounding trite. It exemplifies its own outering, of course, by this same book’s printed form. I’m enjoying this book a great deal so far. This was a fun and inspiring book, and there were points at which I would have considered just giving it five stars despite some of its obvious flaws and the fact that it is quite dated.
Joyce’s Finnegans Wake like Shakespeare’s King Lear is one of the texts which McLuhan frequently uses throughout the book in order to weave together the various strands of his argument.
Mobile characters, with their easy and quick reproducing capability, therefore, inadvertently brought us to cultural homogeneity and repetitivness. Aug 08, Jeff rated it it was amazing. I found this to be wonderfully transparent and to give a sense of the relative weight of each author in relation to McLuhan’s thought. Very insightful look at how information technologies shape all other aspects of culture.
La galaxia Gutenberg
Associated with this epoch is the Art of memory in Latin Ars Memoriae. Instead of tending towards a gitenberg Alexandrian library the world has become a computer, an electronic brain, exactly as an infantile piece of science fiction.
Altminteri Marshall McLuhan vorbeste despre satul global, global village in original si despre mediumul care este mesajul, cu alte cuvinte mediumul, calea, canalul prin care limbajul, textul, informatia e vehiculata inspre publicul receptor devine marca ce influenteaza aceasta perceptie.
The reissue of this landmark book reflects the continuing importance of McLuhan’s work for contemporary readers. The Making of Typographic Man is a book by Marshall McLuhanin which the author analyzes the effects of mass mediaespecially the printing presson European culture and human consciousness.
It would be good for morality. No trivia or quizzes yet. Because of the work’s provenance pres of the last century, it is easy to situate its cultural milieu to just before the psychedelic experiments of the youth generation of the time, where organization man with reference to the work of Peter Drucker was under protest in the counter-culture that followed, some aspects of which are still with us today, certainly in the West and in various forms manifesting in the tapping of a collective consciousness.
The main concept of McLuhan’s argument later elaborated upon in The Medium is the Massage is that new technologies like alphabets, printing presses, and even speech itself exert a gravitational effect on cognition, which in turn affects social organization: But at around pages things start to come together and McLuhan’s commentary on the implications of movable type and the book as commodity and the role of the written word in the articulation of nations, sophisticated economies, globalism, etc becomes compelling.
De pilda cheile aces https: The moral valence of technology’s effects on cognition is, for McLuhan, a matter of perspective. Published March 1st by University of Toronto Press first published Quotes from La galaxia Gutenberg. I found this to be wonderfully transparent and to give a sense of the relative weight of each author in relation to McLuhan’s thought.
In other words, childhood is one of the ages of man in Shakespeare’s sense and is essentially an oral tribal culture. To raise a moral complaint about this is like cussing a buzz-saw for lopping off fingers. Review is on my site: Apr 26, Debbie Morrison rated it really liked it Shelves: And, as always, he has a great witty writing style: It helped establish Marshall McLuhan as the original ‘media guru.
Dominic rated it really liked it Sep 10, It is a problem, but not a moral problem; and it would be nice to clear away some of the moral fogs that surround our technologies. Published by Galaxia Gutenberg first published I didn’t give it five stars because I found it a little dull and repetitive from time to time. It seems to me a book that somebody should have written a century ago. And when I say extensive I mean both in number and in size.
Since its first appearance inthe impact of The Gutenberg Galaxy has been felt around the world. Here’s the guy who predicted again, in the ’60s that color TV would have a great impact on sports viewing, in particular snow-related activities that are more visceral X-Games, anyone?
McLuhan’s work is viewed as one of the cornerstones of the study of media theory.