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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Danila Semenov
Technology in the 20th Century Philosophy and Social Utopia
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The aim of our work is to distinguish the state of contemporary philosophy of

technology, analyze the historical background of these studies and seek the influence

of this branch of philosophy on the social utopian literature genre. In the world of

growing technical influence it is essential to build up a working system of social

acceptance the results of the progress. Dystopian novels of the XX century will be

used as a background for the analyses of main ideas of past century concerning the

place and role of technology in modern world. This brings up questions not only

about the significance of machinery in the world of men, but also the place of men in

the world of machines in the day of tomorrow.

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