Some Approaches Regarding the Philosophy of Technology
Keywords:Philosophy of technology, arts, artifacts, humans
The concept of technology can be understood in many ways, especially nowadays, when we are practically connected to a multitude of increasingly complex artifacts. Talking about the philosophy of technology means bringing to the fore a multitude of related fields, as technology has changed the way we behave in the world, the way we relate to others and also the way we think and act.
In this paper we will make an analysis of the concepts of technique and technology starting from the philosophies of Antiquity and continue on the way we currently understand man's relationship with artifacts.
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