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Technicism and the Dynamics of Creation

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The large-scale introduction of information technology understandably raises many questions, especially because this technology affects nearly all of our cultural activities. Lyon’s paper makes this influence abundantly clear and gives good illustrations of it in the fields of labour, education and communication.


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