McLuhanacy: Counterrevolution in Cultural Theory

@article{Fekete1973McLuhanacyCI,
  title={McLuhanacy: Counterrevolution in Cultural Theory},
  author={John Fekete},
  journal={Telos},
  year={1973},
  volume={1973},
  pages={123 - 75}
}
Marshall McLuhan is considered by many “the most important thinker since Newton, Darwin, Freud, Einstein, and Pavlov.” McLuhan defines his own approach as “systems development,” that is, “a structural analysis…concerned with the inner dynamics of the form,” with “structure and configuration.” In fact, with the posited lawful closure of the system under the determinations of the dominant technological environment (and its relations with antecedent technologies), McLuhan's account is effectively… 

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