10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MECHANOMORPHISM»
Discover the use of mechanomorphism
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to mechanomorphism
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Anthropomorphism, Anecdotes, and Animals
4. Amorphism,. Mechanomorphism,. and. Anthropomorphism. Emanuela. Cenami
. Spada. Our world is a human world, and what is conscious and not conscious,
what has sensations and what doesn't, what is qualitatively similar to what and ...
Robert W. Mitchell, Nicholas S. Thompson, H. Lyn Miles, 1997
Perception and Imaging: Photography--A Way of Seeing
McCartney, Thomas L. 163, 276, 279; “Dunes Colorado” 163; “Eventide” 281; “Mt.
McKinley, Alaska” 278 McLuhan, Marshall 145 meaningfulness 366
mechanomorphism 200, 207, 20748 meditation 238 memory: and association
Media Management Review
In many respects, the concept of mechanomorphism appears to be one of the
major hurdles. Mechanomorphism is the tendency by a user to apply the
attributes of a medium to the content being delivered by the medium (Cameron 8:
Animal Suffering: Philosophy and Culture
Arguably, mechanomorphism often intertwines with practical considerations, and
particularly the instrumental use of non-human animals: instead of informed
knowledge concerning animals, it may be based on a practical desire to depict ...
More E-prime: To be Or Not II
Shamp, S. A. (1989) Mechanomorphism and Perceptions of Computer
Communication Partners. Doctoral dissertation, The University of Utah. Shamp,
S. A. (1991) Mechanomorphism in Perception of Computer Communication
Paul Dennithorne Johnston, Delphus David Bourland, Jeremy Klein, 1994
Technophobia: The Psychological Impact of Information Technology
Mechanomorphism implies the extending of one's feeling about technology to
people. Technophobes who use communications such as electronic mail are
likely to hold negative attitudes towards those (previously unknown) individuals
Modernism, Narrative and Humanism
Nostromo: material interests and mechanomorphism [P]aleotechnic industry
rested on the mine... From the mine came the steam pump and presently the
steam engine: ultimately the steam locomotive and so, by derivation, the
Rendering Her Self: Identity in the Work of Lee Lozano
Connections can also be found between Lozano's work and Dadaism.
Mechanomorphism was a central theme in the work of Marcel Duchamp and
Francis Picabia, as was the manipulation and challenging of gender. The
machine aesthetic ...
Psychology, Phenomenology, and Chinese Philosophy: Chinese ...
See Karl Mittermaier, "Mechanomorphism" in Israel M. Kirz- ner, ed., Subjectivism
, Intelligibility and Economic Understanding (New York: New York University
Press, 1986). Mittermaier remarks: [A]n economist engages in
Vincent Shen, Richard Knowles, Van Doan Tran, 1994
Where mechanomorphism does feature in literature, it delivers a jolt of
estrangement, often conjoined with an overtly masculine determination to reject
sentimentality. In Ted Hughes's early poem 'Thrushes', for instance, the birds are
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MECHANOMORPHISM»
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Before Dada, Visual Sounds, and Mexican Migration: Clarke Auction …
... Duchamp, which elevated his style toward mechanomorphism and Dada around 1915. The Guggenheim has featured collections by Picabia, ... «ArtfixDaily, Oct 13»
Max Ernst's magical dreams appear on canvas
Ernst created a language called "mechanomorphism" that seamlessly coupled natural forms with the human form and human objects, and ... «Houston Chronicle, Nov 08»