The Technological Construction of Reality

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The Technological Construction of Reality

9781839101182 Edward Elgar Publishing
Dionysios S. Demetis, Associate Professor (Reader), Hull University Business School, University of Hull and Ian O.Angell, Emeritus Professor, Department of Management, London School of Economics, UK
Publication Date: July 2024 ISBN: 978 1 83910 118 2 Extent: c 256 pp
This visionary book delves into the world-shaping abilities of modern technology, outlining the potential future transformations that it may impose. By drawing from a range of scholarly insights, Dionysios S. Demetis and Ian O. Angell explore how technology not only influences our social, economic, political, biological and physical realities, but how it can also construct completely new ones.

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This visionary book delves into the world-shaping abilities of modern technology, outlining the potential future transformations that it may impose. By drawing from a range of scholarly insights, Dionysios S. Demetis and Ian O. Angell explore how technology not only influences our social, economic, political, biological and physical realities, but how it can also construct completely new ones.

Demetis and Angell present a novel analysis of technology that culminates in their proposal of a field theory. The authors describe how technology gains sovereignty over ontology in a higher dimensional space of interference. The Technological Construction of Reality is a ground-breaking journey that deconstructs the enormous power of modern technology in its creation of new realities.

This book is an essential resource for academics and students focusing on information systems, technology management and the broader impact of technology in business and society. It is also of great benefit to professionals and policy makers seeking to understand the sheer magnitude of technology’s influence on their industries and the deeper interference of technology in the world around us.
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