William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 21:11:03 UTC 2017
By Robert Heinlein, circa early 40s, from Waldo:
"It may be plausibly urged that the shape of a culture - its mores,
evaluations, family organization, eating habits, living patterns,
pedagogical methods, institutions, forms of government, and so forth -
arise from the economic necessities of its technology."
I am not sure of what he was including in 'economic necessities', but this
seems to put tech at the basis of everything, or nearly.
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