Art and Technics by Lewis Mumford

By Lewis Mumford

Lewis Mumford — architectural critic, theorist of know-how, urbanist, cultural critic, historian, biographer, and thinker — was once the writer of just about thirty books, a lot of which expounded his perspectives at the perils of city sprawl and a society captivated with “technics.”

In those lectures brought at Columbia collage in 1951, Mumford explores the moral difficulties that drove all of his writings on artwork, know-how and urbanism: the severing of the bonds of fellowship and neighborhood in complex business society; the waning experience of a public sturdy and the ensuing ethical concern of contemporary lifestyles; the cultural divide keeping apart an instrumental language of strategy from the symbolic language of aesthetic event; and the plight of ‘personality’ in a bureaucratic age.

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