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  1. The Interwar Period as a Machine Age: Mechanics, the Machine, Mechanisms, and the Market in Discourse.Richard Staley - 2018 - Science in Context 31 (3):263-292.
    ArgumentThis paper examines some of the ways that machines, mechanisms, and the new mechanics were treated in post-World War I discourse. Spengler's 1919Decline of the Westand Hessen's 1931 study of Newton have usually been tied closely to Weimar culture in Germany, and Soviet politics. Linking them also to the writings of Rathenau, Simmel, Chase, Mumford, Hayek, and others, as well as to Dada and film studies of the city will indicate central features of a wide-ranging, international discourse on the machine (...)
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