Heidegger and computers
The history of the twentieth century reads like a running feud between technology and human values. Modern technology hit human cultures with the force of an invasion: it armed the nations with airplanes, submarines, and nuclear arsenals; revved up communications with radio and television; and now offers options for irreversibly altering the natural environment through genetic engineering.
Heim, M. (1994)., Heidegger and computers, in T. J. Stapleton (ed.), The question of hermeneutics, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 397-423.
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