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Ellul writes about the situation of humanity in a civilisation that he, like some other writers of the time (Mumford, Ferkiss, to some extent Daniel Bell), regards as fundamentally different in ... Read full review
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abstract action activity adaptation administrative applied become bourgeoisie century cerned characteristics choice civilization completely concentration camps conception created decisions democracy democratic doctrine domain economic technique effect efficient elements Ellul everything evolution example exist exploit fact factors Fascism force France freedom function Georges Friedmann human techniques individual industrial intervention inventions Jacques Ellul judicial technique labor Lewis Mumford liberal longer machine magical man's Marxism mass mechanical ment method milieu modern monism moral movement nation nature Nazi Nazism necessary necessity nical nique nomic object operation organization phenomena planned economy police political possible precise problem production proletariat propaganda psychological question reality regime relation represents result Robert Jungk scientific situation social sociological Soviet Soviet Union spiritual spontaneous tech technical means technical phenomenon technical progress technical society technicians tion totalitarian traditional transformation true vocational whole worker
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