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Humanism and technology
as understood by Albert Gleizes and Martin Heidegger

Albert Gleizes: Intellectualism and living reality, from illustrations to the Pensées de Pascal, Casablanca, Eds de la Cigogne, 1950

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Gleizes on 'Humanism' (a machine for perceiving an external world)
Heidegger and Charles Henry on 'metaphysics'
Towards a mechanical view of the world - and of human nature
Heidegger and Gleizes on technology and craftsmanship
What an artist might be - What human nature might be