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The Cult of Information: The Folklore of Computers and the True Art of Thinking Hardcover – Oct 1985

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Theodore Roszak: born in 1933, a Californian Professor of History, director of the Ecopsychology Institute at California State University, social critic and novelist, author of the influential and acclaimed The Making of the Counterculture and The Cult Of Information - described by Fritjof Capra as 'one of the keenest observers and most articulate interpreters of contemporary cultural, philosophical, and scientific trends'.

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"This thoughtful, sensitive and sane book heralds a coming new evaluation of the role of science and technology in the affairs of the human species. The quiet of Theodore Roszak's words, the humanity of his tone, stand in stark contrast to the loud, self-serving cacophony of the simplistic outpourings of the neo-positivists, as represented by the artificial intelligentsia." Joseph Weizenbaum, Professor of Computer Science, MIT

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Theodore Roszak was educated at UCLA and took his PhD at Princeton. Since then he has taught at Stanford, San Francisco State University and California State University, Hayward. He has twice been nominated for America's National Book Award.

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