Communications and History: Theories of Media, Knowledge, and Civilization


This innovative volume selectively assesses three centuries of inquiry into the role of communications in the history of civilization. It challenges the conventional assumption that inquiry into the human consequences of living in a communications-dominated age began in the middle of the 20th century as a response to omnipresent technology.

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