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MAX LERNER THE CULTURE OF MACHINE LIVING This is Chapter 6 of the
fourth part of America as a Civilization. Information on the author and his works
follows index. Any principle that comes to dominate a culture can do so only by ...
The difference is that where the primitive is bound by the rituals of tradition and
group life, the American is bound by the rituals of the machine, its products, and
their distribution and consumption. The role of the machine in this standardized ...
The notable fact is that in spite of its machines and standardization America has
proved on balance less conformist than some other civilizations where the new
technology has played less of a role. One thinks of the totalitarian experience of ...
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THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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