Near Fine. No Jacket. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 247 pages plus Seven Tables. Grey cloth red and black spine lettering. Translated from the French by Betty B. and Denis B. Montgomery. Preface by Marshall McLuhan. Epilogue by Olivier Costa de Beauregard. An early book about the coming electronic information age and the implications and relationship to the human mind of time. Time is perhaps the thing in all the world of which the most use is made and of which the least is known. There are 21 chapters beginning with The Method of Research in the Investigation and the Exposition of the Problem of Time and and ending with Consequences.
Time, fourth dimension of the mind.
by Robert Wallis
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