Lewis Mumford on Creativity

Source: Technics and Civilization, 1934

Related Resource: StraitsTimes, Mar 2017

As the great American historian Lewis Mumford wrote in the 1930s: “The chief benefit the rational use of the machine promises is certainly not the elimination of work.” Instead, it is the substitution of tedious jobs with more creative ones, with higher added value.

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