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McLuhan after his September stroke. Leavis and was influenced by New Criticism.

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And speech is a cool medium of low definition, because so little is given and so much has to be filled in by the listener. Cycle 7,p.

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When these ratios change, men change. To read McLuhan is to gain at least an inkling of what it might be like to look around the next corner of history. So the effects of radio are quite independent of its programming. This inevitably involves a psychological dimension. Electric circuitry profoundly involves men with one another. He describes the light bulb as a medium without any content. Third, that McLuhan had an uncanny instinct for reading and quoting scholarly books that would become field-defining classics. He earned an upper second — not the first-class degree he had hoped for, the kind of degree that would have marked him out as having a clear academic future. The only method for perceiving process and pattern is by inventory of effects obtained by the comparison and contrast of developing situations. Through the Vanishing Point [ edit ] Perhaps the most precious possession of man is his abiding awareness of the Analogy of Proper Proportionality, the key to all metaphysical insight, and perhaps the very condition of consciousness itself. He married Corinne Keller Lewis in ; they had two sons and four daughters.

It's called being mass man. He can look it up.

marshall mcluhan quotes

Everybody tends to merge his identity with other people at the speed of light. This is like the television camera that the Apollo 8 astronauts focused on the Earth after they had orbited the moon.

Print exists by virtue of the static separation of functions and fosters a mentality that gradually resists any but a separative and compartmentalizing or specialist outlook.

A second is to take any one of his isometric exercises, in which one communications technology is set against another, and see it as a free-standing illustration of his overall view of something — of anything.

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