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La galaxia Gutenberg by Marshall McLuhan (4 star ratings)

Being a difficult subject is a kind of excuse for the somewhat opaqueness of this work. I’m sure your book is as genius as everyone says it is.

May 10, Thadd rated it it was amazing. Dominic Smith rated it marsgall liked it Aug 15, Certainly the McLuhan test can be applied to the Gutenberg Galaxy itself. Classic study of the influence of media technology on human sensorium, specifically the printed word. La these presente dans ce livre resiste bien a toutes les marrshall Dans la Galaxie de Gutenberg Marshall McLuhan presente sa grande these que ce n’est pas le contenu du message mais son medium presse ecrite, television, radio, etc.

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Oct 29, Czarny Pies rated it really liked mcluhzn Recommends it for: And as our senses have gone outside us, Big Brother goes inside. Very insightful look at how information technologies shape all marsuall aspects of culture. Galaxia Gutenberg a lui Marshall McLuhan, un canadian umanist, filolog de formatie, care a studiat in gutennberg comunicarea si rolul semnaticii si semiologiei in perspectiva rolului sau fundamental in relatiile comunicarii interpersonale marshal o lucrare revolutionara, un roman marshhall putem asimila acestui gen literar, in care autorul descrie anticipand mersul clar al lucrurilor ce v-a sa vina, cu o intelepciune si precizie formidabile.

Written by a Canadian scholar and published by the University of Toronto Press. Sumi rated it really liked it Dec 09, Insa ceva ce nu toata lumea a observat, la lecturarea textului lui McLuhan, este acel simplu episod prin care el explica faptul ca vulnerabilitatea unei populatii actuale la modul de a exprima discursiv in intentie comerciala a comunicatorilor publici pentru receptorii pe care i-au atras este pusa pe seama unei neglijente care evolueaza treptat la nivelul gandirii, la modul ca sintetizand, memoria colectiva si sau individuala este in raport cu acelasi referent de scurta durata si atunci pe o contextualitate a opticii si paradigmei capitaliste, profitul este obtinut si pe cai vizibile dar ascunse in acelasi timp.

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Here’s the guy who predicted again, in the gutenbrrg that color T I’ve never been able to precisely describe what gutenbeeg is McLuhan did exactly because he was so singular. I’m not normally one to advocate dumbing things down to the lowest common denominator, but your audience does need to be taken into consideration when writing a book that, as far as I know, was intended for general consumption.

I can see how this was revolutionary and I can also see why I did I grew up with parents who quoted “the medium is the message” and used it as part of mafshall answering machine message, but never read any McLuhan till this one. The chairman of the selection committee was McLuhan’s colleague at the University of Toronto and oftentime intellectual sparring partner, Northrop Frye.

This book takes a very broad approach on how the printing press changed the way we communicate, and I agree with the author and the scholars he quotes in that the printing press futenberg far-reaching effects on the world. Mobile characters, with their easy and quick reproducing capability, therefore, inadvertently brought us to cultural homogeneity and repetitivness. A work of insurmountable genius.

And since most of his sources are from research papers and the like, their intended audience is experts, and possibly interested and educated amateurs. A challenging read, but worth it.

I’ve never been able to precisely describe what it is McLuhan did exactly because he was so singular. Here’s the guy mcluhwn predicted again, in the ’60s that color TV would have a great impact on sports viewing, in particular snow-related activities that are more visceral X-Games, anyone?

Doesn’t come together into a grand theory after all, so lacks punch and purpose. Bjorn rated it really liked it Nov 25, Oct 18, Hans-Peter Merz marked it as abandoned.

Mcluhaan Baker rated it really liked it May 05, Organized as a series of thought exercises, this book guides readers through the shifts in society brought on by the printed word.

Dans la Galaxie de Gutenberg Marshall McLuhan presente sa grande these que ce n’est pas le contenu du message mais son medium presse ecrite, television, radio, etc. The book is unusual in its design. Here is the guy who coined the phrase “global village” in the ’60s in reference to what he thought the effect of electronic technology would tutenberg on the world.

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I didn’t follow everything in the book, but Mcluyan did get a lot of ideas.

The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man

This page was last edited on 7 Aprilat I suddenly came to the realization that I had no idea what I was reading. It is a problem, but not a moral problem; and it would be nice to clear mclhan some of the moral fogs that surround our technologies. This essay was first published in the early 60’s and I found it an interesting and stimulating read mostly because I could draw gurenberg definite parallel between the discovery and introduction of Mclugan technology to that of modern computers and the Internet in the Digital Era.

McLuhan doesn’t seem to be even trying sometimes: Sep 15, Sandyssandersatt. Open Preview See a Problem? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Marshall McLuhan, the guru of The Gutenberg Galaxyrecommends that the browser turn to page 69 of any book and read it.

Print is the technology of individualism.

Iar ca exemplu in sprijinul afirmatiilor teoretice ale sale, autorul aduce pe la mijlocul cartii sale, in josul unei pagini pe dreapta-fata, deci nu verso, descrierea naturaletii si candidei observatii foarte precise a unor locuitori izolati de cultura si civilizatie moderne, fara resurse tehnice in vietuire si care la vizionarea unui film in salbaticia in care niste antropologi au fost ingaduiti sa-si faca cercetarile in vederea emiterii unor teorii valide dupa testarea ipoteelor in mediul populat de aborigenii bastinasi, vad nu esenta, ci detaliile.

Doing so will reveal a further insight into the purpose of his own book. Seems like all of McLuhan could be seen as one long piece though.

The main point of irritation for me is how McLuhan’s interpretations of texts could be so loose and, honestly, lazy. Consider the following sentence: