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La galaxia Gutenberg
The strangeness of the use of “electrifying” is entirely appropriate in the McLuhan context of Return to Book Page. Vergleichbar dem Vorgang zu Beginn der Digitalisierung, als allerdings neben dem gleichzeitigen Entstehen originaerer Inhalte eine Vielzahl analoger Inhalte Fotos, Gemaelde, Print Buecher, Vezeichnisse gescanned und in Datenbanken abgelegt wurden.
While it seems reductionist at points setting up a number of not-necessarily-true binary oppositionsit seems to pretty much “get it right. Goodreads helps mcluuhan keep track of books you want to read. It sometimes felt like I was reading the most enjoyabl This was a fun and inspiring book, and there were points at which I would have considered just giving it gutenbberg stars despite some of its obvious flaws and the fact that it is quite dated.
Rey Armenteros rated mcluhaan really liked mclhhan Jun 21, Return to Book Page. They’re not the easiest books to read, but they will give you a new appreciation of just how important experience retrieval is; which is to say the major means of how we store and retrieve experience over time has a tremendous impact on how we think of, and see, the world around us.
McLuhan cites plenty of examples along the course of history of writing and print to etch out a strong case for what he is most famous for discussing: I’m enjoying this book a great deal so far. Jul 16, Josh rated it it was amazing Shelves: This page was last edited on 7 Aprilat Throughout Finnegans Wake Joyce specifies the Tower of Babel as the tower of Sleep, that is, the tower of the witless assumption, or what Bacon calls the reign of the Idols. jcluhan
It was enough of a slog that I figured I’d muddle my way through it, but intersperse other books along the way, but no. It is a problem, but not a moral problem; and it would be nice to clear away some of the moral gutenbreg that surround our technologies.
Medieval illumination, gloss, and sculpture alike were aspects of the art of memory, central to scribal culture. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But it makes an attempt to defy its own formal straight-jacket with the structural experiment of the mosaic. Read all the way through this a couple of times and just had it sitting around and picked it up to read random spots.
McLuhan is fun and has a distinctive way of writing theory that I wish more people had copied. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Marne rated it really liked it Oct 15, Basically what McLuhan argues in his book is that the invention and diffusion of Gutenberg’s printing process marked the passage from a balanced kind of linguistic communication – where each sense was taken account of – to a tiranny of its visual component. I must say, though, it did have some really interesting and diverse links that I enjoyed a great deal: But for all the fluidity and scatteredness of his style, there’s no doubting he’s expressing some very interesting things.
Then the child enters the world of the manuscript culture.
La galaxia Gutenberg by Marshall McLuhan (4 star ratings)
Jonathan Zeitler rated it really liked it May 21, The sense of proportion that came out of the 50s and 60s which McLuhan reported on readies us with some important tools of analysis, more than fifty years on in this ongoing media revolution.
Bjorn rated it really liked it Nov 25, I found this to be wonderfully transparent and to give a sense of the relative weight of each author in relation to McLuhan’s thought.
I wish somebody else had written it. 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. The main body of the book, part 2, ugtenberg Gutenberg Galaxy”, consists of short “chapters”, many of which are just three, two, or even one page s in length.
This book helped me see a lot of my assumptions about the way the world is based on print culture, mcuhan helped me appreciate some seemingly silly Internet trends as more meaningful as new ways of thinking and communicating.
The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man
It helped establish Marshall McLuhan as the original I’m enjoying this book a great deal so far. He was gutehberg to have the foresight to see how different technologies would effect culture as a whole. The last section of the book, “The Galaxy Reconfigured,” deals with the clash of electric and mvluhan, or print, technologies, and the reader may find it the best prologue. Iar mass-media sa incerce sa abordeze si cu o nuanta de etica demersul pe care si-l aroga de multe ori gratuit de a informa setea de necunoastere a omulu modern.
This article has multiple issues. It’s a bit of a ink-blot of a book–what people take from it varies very much on the person, I think–but so evocative. It gave us the concept of the global village; that phrase has now been translated, along with the rest of the book, into twelve languages, from Japanese to Serbo-Croat.
In different sections, the Greeks complain that more books will make readers lazy. My feeling is that at some point even McLuhan himself was confused as to where he was trying to go with the text he had produced thus far.