By Julius Lukasiewicz
Marshall McLuhan as soon as famous that we don't understand who stumbled on water, (but) it used to be very likely now not a fish. Anybody's overall encompass, or atmosphere, creates a of non-perception. This assertion has turn into a metaphor for what has occurred in Western societies, stuck as they're among states of civilization created by way of the economic revolution and rising post-industrial know-how. This unveiling of our cultural and the seeming lack of ability of our social sciences to acknowledge or impression present or destiny developments, offers forceful demanding situations to those that think they're making plans for the way forward for humanity. Lukasiewicz proposes that there are limits past which the human brain can't understand its more and more synthetic, unnatural, and, finally, dehumanized surroundings. regardless of the bleak percentages he sees sooner or later, Lukasiewicz's paintings is, still, undergirded by means of a feeling of optimism, and strong humor informs this evocative research of our time.A readable, entire and stimulating exam of the altering dilemmas of the human situation. Zbigniew Brzezinski Assistant to the President of the us for nationwide protection Affairs, 1977-1981.