Very interesting read. This book made me stretch my mind to think about the world in different terms.Published 3 months ago by Jessica H.
As a scientist & amateur historian, I found this book very insightful. It set me on the course of examining the roots of theoretical science in modern times (the last 400 years). Read morePublished 15 months ago by H. J. Spencer PhD, renegade-Physicist
I read this right on the heels of reading Ray Kurzweil's "The Singularity is Near", which makes for a fascinating juxtaposition. Read morePublished 21 months ago by ethios4
Review of "The Religion of Technology: The Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention" by David F. Noble
Let me open on a personal note. Read more
As some other reviewers have said, Noble crosses a vast expanse of history in this slim volume, and it seems that the intimidating density of information presented would have been... Read morePublished on May 30, 2009 by K. Klimt
I read The Religion of Technology: The Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention by David F. Noble for a college course called Philosophy of Technology. Read morePublished on March 23, 2006 by M. Ruby
Amazing how I could use the title "Religion of Technology" and counter Noble's thesis. Key to understanding this book is to grasp the milieu in which Noble writes: he... Read morePublished on April 19, 2001 by "silentio"
This is a good book and a bit of a fun read though in its nature-- in what it tries to be-- it alienates itself from whatever group is intended to be its core audience. Read morePublished on December 11, 2000 by J. Michael Showalter