SOME SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY

@inproceedings{Marcuse1941SOMESI,
  title={SOME SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY},
  author={Herbert Marcuse},
  year={1941}
}
FirstpubIished in Studies in Philosophy and Social Sciences Vol. IX (1941), thearticle is a large-scale investigation of that "fetish "of technique, ortechnical efficiency, which, after 1941, represented for critical theory, especially for Marcuse, the key ideological replacement of the commodity fetish under modern industralized authoritarian states. With respect to Marcuse's better-known later position, the essay incorporates two anomalous attitudes: the ultimate political neutrality of… CONTINUE READING

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