Reconstructing the Disciplinary Consensus of the Philosophy of Technology

Techne 15 (1):16-22 (2011)
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The author of The Philosophy of Invention, Henry Dircks (1806–1873), was an English civil engineer, inventor and historian of technology. The Philosophy of Invention is a forgotten classic of the philosophy of technology, and its author a forgotten pioneer. This new discovery will correct the disciplinary consensus in the philosophy of technology
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