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$s$ --Economic Determinism ()

4. TD as Historical Analysis ()

An Economic theory of Planned Obsolescence (Jeremy Bulow)

Joan Singer, Norms and the Network note:s ()

Langdon Winner notes: On the logic of the computer business ()

Politics & Technology; tech is deliberate and conscious use; it is also a set of decisions; the result of constant modification and adaptation; (John Street)

The Community Ear ()

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4. TD as Historical Analysis
           #3622   Created 04/22/2014   Updated 04/22/2014

The term as used in historical analysis can seem to lend agency to technology itself as a driver of, or as sets of conditions on, collective human behavior. Historians see patterns in the trends of history that are influenced by the development and spread of technology, forces that seem as potentially potent as many of the other “determinisms” that haunt analysis of history (behavioral, biological, compatibilistic, environmental, fatalistic, dialectical idealistic, dialectical materialistic, logical, linguistic, memorial, physical, psychological, religious, spatiotemporal, etc.).


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