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High technology has been mistakenly identified with powerful intervention in
physical, psychological, and social processes. The illusion that a high culture is
one that uses the highest possible quantities of energy must be overcome if we
are to ...
The amount of physical power available to old societies can be estimated. It can
be expressed in multiples of the average man's working time and metabolic
energy. He can burn 2,500 calories a day, four-fifths of them just to stay alive.
They go ...
Political control coincided with the control over physical power, and the control of
power depended entirely on authority. Equal power and equal direct control of
power were both features of preindustrial societies, but this did not guarantee an
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - kukulaj - LibraryThing
Ach, what to do about all this! This book was written in 1973 but is still well out in front any ideas I have worked up to. But then look at the crazy world around us! If ideas matter, if expression ... 閱讀評論全文
Review: Tools for Conviviality用戶評語 - Paco - Goodreads
How to live together without power or dehumanizing each other? Sounds good in my book. I love Ivan Illich. 閱讀評論全文