Verbeek, P. P. C. C. (). Don Ihde: The Technological Lifeworld. In H. J. Achterhuis (Ed.), American Philosophy of Technology: The Empirical Turn. (pp. Don Ihde: The Technological Lifeworld. Peter-Paul Verbeek ted By and cultural ES. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Bhavnani, Kum-Kum, and Donna Haraway. “Shifting . Technology and the Lifeworld has 41 ratings and 6 reviews. Bryan said: Don Ihde is surely one of the great philosophers of technology, and this book repr.
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A worthy read for anyone interested in a careful analysis of how we interface with various technologies. Ihde is the author of thirteen original books and the editor of many others. From Garden to Earth by Don Ihde.
The material is full of nice suggestions and details, empirical materials, fun variations which engage the reader in the work. Don Ihde is one of the founders of a distinctly North American approach to phenomenology in work that centers around technology.
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Technology and the Lifeworld: From Garden to Earth
Technology and the Lifeworld: The material is full of nice suggestions and details, empirical materials, fun variations which engage the reader in the work. Ihde’s philosophy is refreshingly easy to read, with a usually straightforward presentation of his ideas with some nice personal asides thrown in, even if those can sometimes be odd and maybe even a bit too personal.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. To a large extent this may be seen as an environmentalist tract, but it’s really far more subtle than that.
Technology and the Lifeworld 3. And his conclusion for a worldwide conservation ethic is jiving with calls from other authors I’m reading namely Wendell Berry, who insists we don’t incorporate the concept of return or waste handling or aftermath when considering the impact of various industries. Artur Alves rated it really liked it Oct 25, Privacy Notice Accessibility Help.
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Liza rated it really liked it Sep 13, Sarah Sammis rated it really liked it Jul 10, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Cultural Hermeneutics Technology Transfer: Ihde brings an enlightening and deeply humanistic perspective to major technological developments, both past and present. Saber Monadi rated it really liked it Dec 10, Ihde brings an enlightening and deeply humanistic perspective to major technological developments, both past and present.
Ihde lectures and gives seminars internationally and some of his books and articles have appeared in a dozen languages.
Indiana University Press Amazon. And his conclusion for a worldwide conservation ethic is jiving with calls liveworld other authors I’m reading namely Wendell Berry, who insists we don’t incor To be fair, I was mining this for gems relating to the impact of mindless adoption of technology. Join our email list.
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Don Ihde born is a philosopher of science and technology, and a post-phenomenologist. After how much a previous author liked and referred to this work, I thought I’d like it better, but found it fairly repetitive and dense.
I also felt he had the tendency to beat a dead horse with his examples; just a switch of topic each chapter. Ihde points out that critique is not an inherently negative practice, but rather one that intends to bring both the positive and negative of a situation into balance if at all possible.
Bloomington, IN iuporder indiana. Patrick Keilty rated it it was amazing Jun 22, I wasespecially impressed with Ihde’s balanced criticisms and ability to parse out and synthesize recent arguments concerning modern technology. Interesting that he flirts with animism as a remedy for detachment from nature, but doesn’t doh it because he views it as superstitious throwback.
Though I must say he wanted to make sure his audience got him. To be fair, I was mining this for gems relating to the impact of mindless adoption of technology. A Phenomenology of Technics.
I would say that Ihde accomplishes this rather well, for the most part.
Technology and the Lifeworld: From Garden to Earth by Don Ihde
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