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SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Perspectives on our age : Jacques Ellul speaks on his life and work.
Perspectives on our age : Jacques Ellul speaks on his life and work
Responsibility edited by William H. Edition Rev. Imprint Toronto : House of Anansi Press, Physical description xvii, p.
Online Available online. To Ellul, technology is too important to be left to the technocrats. It is as though he were responding to the critical approach to technology that Plato, in Phaedrus, places in the mouth of the godking Thamus in response to the great claims for writing advanced by Theuth Thoth : " Critique of The New Commonplaces , Autopsy of Revolution , and The Technological System , and in scores of articles, Ellul has borne witness to the central role played by technology la technique in modern society.
For his work he has been both praised and condemned; the condemnation has frequently taken the form of an attack on Ellul for allegedly being an "anti-technology, neo-luddite pessimist.
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In Perspectives on our Age, Ellul re-examines the two great pillars of his work--his religious beliefs, which are basically individual revelation, and his analyses of technology, which are always unique. What is revealed in these brief pages is a man who is both deeply committed to the life of the spirit and to the life of the mind.
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In tracing his intellectual and spiritual development, Ellul reveals himself to be Vandenburg; translated by Joachim Neugroschel. New York: The Seabury Press,