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  • '''Maxim, Hudson. "Man's Machine-Made Millennium."''' ''Cosmopolitan Magazine'' 45.6 (Nov. 1908). [[Category ...iterature]] Note date for conflicts in the Zeitgeist: E. M. Forster's "The Machine Stops," was published in 1909. [[Category: Fiction]]
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  • ...ing both a published first draft and a "meta-work (''The Annotated Machine Man'')": see "Acknowledgments" (pp. [275]-76).[https://maxbarry.com/] ...nality uploading into a data-storage device, and other tropes on the human/machine interface and interpenetration.
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  • '''Richter, Johann Paul Friedrich (writing as "Jean Paul"). "The Machine Man."''' 1789. Cited in Gerhart Hoffmeister, ''European Romanticism: Literary C
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  • '''Dick, Philip K. "Man, Android, and Machine."''' ''Science Fiction at Large''. Peter Nicholls, ed. New York: Harper, 19
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  • ...least in part in English translation on line.[http://bactra.org/LaMettrie/Machine/] ...ts, biologists and philosophers; especially in the form of the thesis that man is a computer." (note 2: ''Of Clouds and Clocks'', included in ''Objective
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  • '''Ihde, Don. "A Phenomenology of Man-Machine Relations."''' In ''Work, Technology, and Education'', q.v. under this Cate ...e psychology of man-machine relations," starting with the notion "that the machine. . . may be thought of as a 'means' of relating to the world"—one of our
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  • ''Iron Man/War Machine'' comic series, 1990s.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Man]
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  • '''Kraftwerk. Die Mensch•Maschine (The ManMachine).''') Electrola, 1C058-32843, 1978. ...gory, P. Townshend's The Iron Man, Owl's song [[The Iron Man: The Musical|"Man Machines]]."
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  • '''Warrick, Patricia S. "Images of the Man-Machine Intelligence Relationship in Science Fiction."''' ''Many Futures, Many Worl
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  • '''Gordon, Andrew. "Human, More or Less: Man-Machine Communion in Samuel R. Delany's ''Nova'' and Other Science Fiction Stories.
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  • '''Ihde, Don. "A Phenomenology of Man-Machine Relations."''' In ''Work, Technology, and Education'', q.v. under this Cate ...e psychology of man-machine relations," starting with the notion "that the machine. . . may be thought of as a 'means' of relating to the world"—one of our
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  • ...day, 2 June 2010. <http://news.discovery.com/tech/transistor-cell-membrane-machine.html> The device is the most intimate binding of man and machine yet achieved.
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  • '''Pohl, Frederik. ''Man Plus''.''' New York: Random, 1976. [[Category: Fiction]] ...uman history. See under Literary Criticism the "[[Human, More or Less: Man-Machine Communion in Samuel R. Delany's Nova and Other Science Fiction Stories|Huma
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  • '''Maxim, Hudson. "Man's Machine-Made Millennium."''' ''Cosmopolitan Magazine'' 45.6 (Nov. 1908). [[Category ...iterature]] Note date for conflicts in the Zeitgeist: E. M. Forster's "The Machine Stops," was published in 1909. [[Category: Fiction]]
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  • '''Mumford, Lewis. ''The Myth of the Machine''.''' Vol. l, ''Technics and Human Developmen''t, 1966, 1967. Vol. 2, ''The ...ions, as technicians now interpret man's role, will either be fed into the machine or strictly limited and controlled for the benefit of de-personalized, coll
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  • '''Krutch, Joseph Wood. ''The Measure of Man: On Freedom, Human Values, Survival and the Modern Temper''.''' (c) 1953, 1 ...n B. F. Skinner's ''[[Walden Two]]'' (q.v. under Fiction), ". . . Man is a machine" (35); the attack on Skinner is a motif in ''MoM'').
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  • '''Richter, Johann Paul Friedrich (writing as "Jean Paul"). "The Machine Man."''' 1789. Cited in Gerhart Hoffmeister, ''European Romanticism: Literary C
    837 bytes (114 words) - 21:46, 23 May 2020
  • '''Dickson, Gordon R. ''Necromancer''''' (vt ''No Room for Man''). Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1962. Issued as "An Ace Science Fiction Boo ...keep Man "swaddled by the machine" (157, 118-119). Cf. E. M. Forster, "The Machine Stops" (listed above).[[Category: Fiction]]
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  • ...Contrapuntal Design of Artificial Evolution in Asimov's 'The Bicentennial Man.'"''' ''Extrapolation'' 22.3 (Fall 1981): 231-41. [[Category: Literary Crit ...n to explore new territory: the ethical and philosophical implications for man in creating high-level intelligence" (235).
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  • ...textile-mill universe (quotations from section 3 of ch. 5, L. Marx, ''The Machine in the Garden'', q.v., this Category of the Wiki)[http://www.clockworks2.or
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  • ...ed into machine minds," "Machine mind to human" mind, and "Machine mind to machine mind." Specifics given under individual episodes. "[[Star Trek: The Next Generation, "The Schizoid Man"|The Schizoid Man]]"
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  • ...echanical devices. Discussed in Andrew Gordon's [[Human, More or Less: Man-Machine Communion in Samuel R. Delany's Nova and Other Science Fiction Stories|essa
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  • '''TIN MAN.''' John G. Thomas, dir., prod. USA: Goldfarb/Thomas-Biston & Westcom, 1983 ...TION_FILMS], vol. III). Contrast more negative view of machines in THE TIN MAN (1935).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • ...sses, passim, a number of works showing "man's slavery to the Machine in a Machine age" (ch. 6, B: 148). Handles well-known works such as A. Huxley's ''[[Brav
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  • ''Ghost in the Machine''. [[Talalay, Rachel|Rachel Talalay]], dir. USA: 20th Century Fox, 1993. ...THE LAWNMOWER MAN]]; computer-generated SpFx similar to those in LAWNMOWER MAN and [[TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY]].
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  • ''Ghost in the Machine''. [[Talalay, Rachel|Rachel Talalay]], dir. USA: 20th Century Fox, 1993. ...THE LAWNMOWER MAN]]; computer-generated SpFx similar to those in LAWNMOWER MAN and [[TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY]]. (RDE, 01/12/95)
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  • ...science fiction challenges us to find the humanity in the machine and the machine in humanity" (51).
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  • ...least in part in English translation on line.[http://bactra.org/LaMettrie/Machine/] ...ts, biologists and philosophers; especially in the form of the thesis that man is a computer." (note 2: ''Of Clouds and Clocks'', included in ''Objective
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  • ...ce felt by a man preserved as computer program who really wants out of the machine and into a body, but still manages to have cybernetic fun—and help his wo
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  • '''Rose, Mark. "Machine."''' Ch. 6 of ''Alien Encounters: An Anatomy of Science Fiction''. Cambridg ...icism, includes an excellent discussion of "the opposition between man and machine" in the "narrative foreground" of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, and of the resolut
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  • ...Literary Criticism the TMG essay by A. Gordon, "[[Human, More or Less: Man-Machine Communion in Samuel R. Delany's Nova and Other Science Fiction Stories]]".[ ...at lunchtime, then turned things off before he left in the evening. Now a man went to a factory, plugged himself in, and he could push the raw materials
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  • ...Unborn Tomorrow'', ''Deluge'', ''Down'', ''Gay Hunter'', and, q.v., "[[The Machine Stops]]." ...period of famine and disease Britain becomes a land of small kingdoms. The machine is the symbol and the cause of evil [...]."
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  • ...erground Man and Anarchists and freedom against advocates for totalitarian machine-states. See elsewhere in this Category, GB's other work on ''We''.
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  • ''Iron Man/War Machine'' comic series, 1990s.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Man]
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  • '''Lamie, Edward L., and Joe De Bolt. "The Computer and Man: The Human Uses of Non-Human Beings."''' ''The Happening Worlds of John Bru ...s on Shalmaneser in ''Stand on Zanzibar'', and on the city as organism and machine in "Bloodstream" (both cited above, under Fiction).
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  • ...s Nietzsche insists in ''Also Sprach Zarathustra'', by man in the image of man. CAUTION: ''Triple Allegory'' is a provocative and often useful study but
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  • ..., "Man is an appendage to the machine" (71)—but where the most significant machine is the apparatus of the State. Cf. F. Kafka's ''The Trial'' (1925) — plus
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  • ...elf-regulating biological machine" (E. Lamie and J. De Bolt, "Computer and Man" essay, q.v. under Literary Criticism).[[Category: Fiction]]
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  • '''Dick, Philip K. "Man, Android, and Machine."''' ''Science Fiction at Large''. Peter Nicholls, ed. New York: Harper, 19
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  • ...f the text informs us that "THE HIVE IS A SUBTERRANEAN WORLD WHERE MAN AND MACHINE ARE ONE." Some of the artwork gets across this idea.
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  • ...e toy-maker villains' attempt to turn the android ("Chip") into a fighting machine, cf. the film Toys. Note also Frankenstein motif of fatherhood without a mo
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  • ...memories. See D. Porush, "The Imp in the Machine," ch. 9 of his [[The Soft Machine (literary analysis)]] (q.v. under Literary Criticism). See in this Category
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  • '''Ferkiss, Victor C. ''Technological Man: The Myth and the Reality'''''. New York: Mentor, 1969. New York: Brazier, ....][https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/victor-ferkiss/technological-man/]
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  • ..."; Andrew Joron, "The Tetrahedron Letters"; William Srafford, "The Thought Machine." See our section on Fiction (and Poetry).
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  • '''THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2''', (2014). Marc Webb, dir. Alex Kurtzman et al., script, screen story (s ...ank with heavy machine guns. A moment of great loss in Peter Parker/Spider-Man's life is associated with the literal clockwork of a huge clock. Cf. and co
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  • ...over the machine, Bourke-White seems not to have appreciated or understood man's relationship to industrialized society. To her, machines were a series of
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  • ...the motif of gentle control—exercised in this story by a world-ruling man/machine being.[[Category: Fiction]]
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  • ...usefully in Stanley Kubrick's film, ''[[Dr. Strangelove]]'', "the Doomsday Machine"; the nuclear powers of Earth will give up their weapons, or else. (RDE, 22
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  • ...e the more mundane kind — "who is a murderer." The murderer becomes a "man-machine," which is an improvement. The machine part is Bethany's ship's computer who earlier "struggles to write poems" to
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  • ...son's Humanoids stories, and other works useful for the study of the human/machine interface in SF.
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  • '''Spengler, Oswald. ''Man and Technics''': A Contribution to a Philosophy of Life''. London: Alfred A ...sis [Karel] Čapek had put forward in the play of ''[[R. U. R.|R.U.R.]]'' A machine civilization was the contradiction of the natural and spontaneous; and the
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  • ...other element to be shaped, molded, and conditioned to the requirements of machine production" (Introduction 11).
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  • ...the geometric regularities of the male physique by putting the figure of a man inside a circle and square.
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  • ...requently rpt., including in ''Survival Printout'', and T''he Theme of the Machine''—both cited above under Anthologies. See Contento, ''Index'', for additi ...here only the machines remain and rule, a machine transforms itself into a man. Discussed in detail in three essays in ''TMG'': see under Literary Critici
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  • ...and improved hammer. We have the image of a potentially-dying god within a machine, illuminated and suffering to recover his powers so he can rejoin the effor * An adolescent Spider-Man in Tony-Stark-style Iron-Man Spidey-suit, complete in some shots with all eight legs of a proper spider.
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  • '''Townshend, Pete, et al. ''The Iron Man''''' (Twelve Songs from the Musical by Pete Townshend). © Heavy Metabolics ...ee in this Category, Kraftwerk's [[Kraftwerk, Die Mensch/Maschine (The Man/Machine)|Die Mensch·Maschine]].
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  • ...ion: A Historical Anthology]]'' (see under Anthologies and Collections). ''Man Unwept: Visions from the Inner Eye''. Stephen V. Whaley and Stanley J. Cook ...advanced machine to make "something which can take man's place: 'A curious machine'"—implying that curiosity is the defining trait for humanity (quoting J.
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  • ...he Machine" (107-9, 111); Howard Fink on George Orwell and H. G. Wells on "machine-civilization," 54-55; D. Ketterer's article (cited this Category), Darko Su
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  • ...n the cellular life of humanity in [[Forster, E. M.|E. M. Forster]]'s "The Machine Stops" (1909; see above, this section). Contrast positive, "dancing," tract
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  • '''Sladek, John [T]. "Machine Screw."''' ''The Shape of Sex to Come.'' Douglas Hill, ed. London: Pan, 197 A very large "mechanical man with a penchant for raping cars" and other wheeled vehicles "is finally sat
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