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Mc Luhan Program In Culture And Technology
... The McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology started in 1963 as the Centre for Culture and Technology ... In 1994, the McLuhan Program became a part of the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information ... The program's curriculum is based around the works of Marshall McLuhan and other media theorists ...
Harley Parker - Bibliography
... Transcript of conversation with McLuhan, Harley Parker, and Robert Shafer (appeared in McLuhan's Report on Project in Understanding New Media). 1967 "Picnic in Space." Interviewed with Marshall McLuhan ... Retrieved from http// 1968 Through the Vanishing Point Space in Poetry and Painting with Marshall McLuhan 1st Ed ...
Mediation (Marxist Theory And Media Studies) - Mediation in Media Studies - Marshall McLuhan
... Perhaps one of the best known media theorists, McLuhan is famous for his dictum that "the medium is the message." For McLuhan the central mediating factor in any society is the medium of ... In this way, media occupy for McLuhan what labor or capital did for Marx ... By claiming that the "medium is the message", McLuhan means that "the personal and social consequences of any medium—that is, of any extension of ourselves—result from the new scale that is introduced into our ...
Marshall Mc Luhan Bibliography - Published Interviews
... "Understanding Canada and Sundry Other Matters Marshall McLuhan." Mademoiselle, January 1967, pp ... "Playboy Interview Marshall McLuhan." Playboy, March 1969, pp ... "The Table Talk of Marshall McLuhan." by Peter C ...
Eric McLuhan
... Eric McLuhan (born 1941) is the son of well-known media theorist Marshall McLuhan and co-authored with him the books The Laws of Media and Media and Formal Cause ... Language, The Role of Thunder in Finnegans Wake the editor of the journal McLuhan Studies, and the collections of his father's work The Book of Probes, McLuhan Unbound, The Medium and the Light and ...

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    An administrator in a bureaucratic world is a man who can feel big by merging his non-entity in an abstraction. A real person in touch with real things inspires terror in him.
    —Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    The modern nose, like the modern eye, has developed a sort of microscopic, intercellular intensity which makes our human contacts painful and revolting.
    —Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    Our “Age of Anxiety” is, in great part, the result of trying to do today’s job with yesterday’s tools—with yesterday’s concepts.
    —Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)