The Concept

Therefore, the understanding of the technology alone can be true when it is established on the history of the man and the work. The technological progress represents a total social phenomenon. One of the consequences of the idolatria of the technique is in judging that the inventors and the entrepreneurs had been able to disclose themselves because they were incontidas individual forces of the Land. All society possesss its inventors, its geniuses. Therefore, the underdeveloped State can, yes, to have ideas new, capable to carry through advances in all the areas of the knowledge. The human acts never are disentailed of the technique! These always have that to be judged for a system of ethical values that proceed of the material beddings of the social production. Nothing it would have of inconvenience in this practical if the true relation was not forgotten inerncia that unifies the technique and the human act. To finish with the superstition of the technique, the only resource is in installing in place of it the consequence of the dialogue and the meaning of the technology.

The essential difference is where if historical process of the reality builds supported in a logical bedding the laws it and of the correlation them men with the world, whom they need to know stops in it working in joint action, in order to become it the image of its desires. Bibliographical references ARRUDA, Jose Jobson de Andrade. Modern history and Contemporary. So Paulo, Stokes, 1982. VIEIRA YOUNG CHICKEN, Alvaro. The Concept of Technology. Volume I (chapters 3 and 4), Publishing company Counterpoint, 2005. TEAMSES, modern. Comedy with the subject ' ' Industrial&#039 revolution; '. Warner Home Video, mk2 dition, U.S.A., 1933.