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The takeaway for me was that text is itself a technology – and that the method of communication is indeed equ Gutenberg – and this particular text – is probably most famous for his phrase: Rey Armenteros rated it really liked it Jun 21, It helped establish Marshall McLuhan as the original I’m enjoying this book a great deal so far.
Marne rated it really liked it Oct 15, This is one to process slowly. Although McLuhan wrote inwhat he saw about the electronic age beginning with the telegraph, radio, film, and TV has continued and intensified with the Internet.
Oct 20, Jennifer rated it liked it.
Given the clue of “hand-writing” that terminates the “oral phase” one expects “printing” to terminate the manuscript phase and the “electrifying” to bring an end to the Gutenberg era. To raise a moral complaint about this is like cussing a buzz-saw for lopping off fingers. Dans la Galaxie de Gutenberg Marshall McLuhan presente sa grande these que ce n’est pas le contenu du message mais son medium presse ecrite, television, radio, etc. Kind of choppy in how each short chapter carries on the theme of the book.
The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man by Marshall McLuhan
It seems to me a book that somebody should have written a century ago. I’d made it almost pages, and all I had retained from those pages was that he starts the book discussing King Lear, but I don’t know why, and that people from literary cultures apparently see differently than people from non-literary mccluhan. Here’s the guy who predicted again, in the ’60s yutenberg color TV would have a great impact on sports viewing, in particular snow-related activities that are more visceral X-Games, anyone?
Die Leserschaft vorher fragte nach den alten Texten in handlicherer Form, neue Autoren haetten einfach keine Kundschaft gehabt. It sometimes felt like I was reading the most enjoyabl This was a fun and inspiring book, and there marshsll 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.
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Books by Marshall McLuhan. Nov 08, Moments of Kabir marked it as to-read Shelves: I wish somebody else had written it.
Quotes from The Gutenberg Gal Key to McLuhan’s argument is the idea that technology has no per se moral bent—it is a tool that profoundly shapes an individual’s and, by extension, a society’s self-conception and realization:.
Nevertheless, this was fascinating, enlightening, and challenging. Want to Read saving…. McLuhan cites plenty of examples along the course of history of writing and print to etch out a strong case for what mardhall is most famous for discussing: It seems to me a book that somebody should have written a century ago.
His episodic and often rambling history takes the reader from pre-alphabetic tribal humankind to the electronic age. Trivia About The Gutenberg Gal Quoting with approval an observation on the nature of the printed word from Prints and Visual Communication by William IvinsMcLuhan remarks:.
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. His ideas need to be brought up ga,axia into social discussion to raise awareness and start the process of evolving human consciousness from an adolescent technological tyrant civilization to an adult egalitarian sustainable society.
The printing press created mass ideology. It exemplifies its own outering, of course, by this same book’s printed form.
The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man
Oct 20, Theresa Macphail rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 02, Timothy rated it really liked it Shelves: I didn’t give it five stars because I found it a little dull and repetitive from time to time.
This is not “my review” but it is related to what people can learn and get from the book Extinsa la nivelul vietii de azi, cotidianul actual trebuie sa-i recunoasca meritele acestui om care a prezis si decris amanuntit ce va fi avut sa vina si a venit.
It was one of those I didn’t finish this book.