The Question Concerning Technology, and Other Essays

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Finally, Heidegger's "The Question Concerning Technology" is a piece I go back to constantly, one that suggests that there is an inherent danger for humanness in the relentless push of technology that makes things more efficient; and that the "solution" to this problem might be thinking of ways that technology can help people create things themselves – that the act of creation is a kind of way to save ourselves from being just cogs in a big machine.

-- Hugh McGuire

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