Friday, December 02, 2005

A Philosophy of Design

"The words design, machine, technology, ars, and art are closely related to one another, one term being unthinkable without the others, and they all derive from the same existential view of the world." pp18.

Flusser, VilĂ©m, 1999. The shape of things – A philosophy of design. London: Reaktion Books Ltd.


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