Communication and Communication Arts: A Historical Approach to the Media
by Marshall McLuhan - 1955
The media can be viewed as artificial extensions of our sensory existence—each medium an externalized species, as it were, of the inner genus sensation. The cultural environment created by the externalization of the modes of sensation now favors the predominance of one sense or another, and these species struggle through various mutations in a desperate attempt at adaptation and survival.
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