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Herbert Marshall Mcluhan (*1911 - +1979) lecture recorded by ABC Radio National Network on 27 June 1979 in Australia. For the best resource collection of his work check out the page Mcluhan on Maui (MOM) here: http://www.mcluhanonmaui.com/ The best documentary about Mcluhan (in four parts) is definitely CBC's Life and Times: Understanding Mcluhan here: part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvpPb89ChM0 People seriously studying his work I can point to Douglas Hofstaedter. His work resembles Mcluhan's understanding on the basic mechanics behind the mind: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8m7lFQ3njk Further elaboration on the process chiasmus upholds for analogy and the role of metaphor as linguistic device under-grinding its mechanics might find ample references in Patricia's Phd Paper Chi-thinking: Chiasmus and cognition here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/19115184/Chithinking-Chiasmus-and-cognition Note that she departs from Mark Turner's assumption of the parable as a substitute for chiasmus. Then of course there is the great Noam Chomsky who Mcluhan mentiones in his letters as "stuffing language into grammar". Transcripts of his theories on language and the mind can be found here: http://hotbookworm.wordpress.com/category/literature-feast/language-and-the-rest-of-the-world-noam-chomsky/

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Broadcast: 1999 Director: Carl Bessai Writers: Carl Bessai, Manfred Becker Producer: Laura Lightbown Cinematography: Carl Bessai Editor: Manfred Becker Music: Vince Mai "Societies have always been shaped more by the nature of the media with which people communicate than by the content of the communication." - Marshall McLuhan Marshall McLuhan, one of Canada's most influential and controversial figures, burst into the centre of media circles in North America with his strange and prophetic pronouncements - "electric light is pure information" - on advertising, television and the emerging computer age. Known for his imaginative descriptions of the media environment, McLuhan coined the phrases 'the medium is the message' and 'the global village.' These two aphorisms still linger on the tongues of critics, philosophers and pop-culture makers as McLuhan's predictions and revelations continue to be proven true over and over again. Initially celebrated, later doubted and recently resurrected, McLuhan has stood the test of time as one of the truly innovative minds of this century. Some of his statements are as fresh today as they must have been when he first appeared on North American televisions in the 1960s. "Where advertising is heading is quite simply into a world where the ad will become a substitute for the product," said McLuhan. With the help of family, friends, and theorists, McLuhan is revealed. Deeply conservative, reserved, difficult, uncomfortable with the fame he sought, this very private man remained an enigma for most of his life. The documentary charts the course of McLuhan's life and work, his successes and failures, paying careful attention to the central principle of his work - the medium. Out Of Orbit also pays tribute to McLuhan, his message, and the way in which his theories and words have penetrated and influenced the consciousness of today's media literate society.

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Title: This is Marshall McLuhan: The Medium is the Message Producer: Recorded and produced by the Carnagie Library in Pittsburgh, the free library of Philadelphia, the Pensylvania state library. Description: The clip was shoot on film somewhere in the 50's or 60's and is a documentary based on and around McLuhans work: The Guthenberg Galaxy and The Medium is the Message. It does not feature the Mcluhan of the 70's and is certainly not a product for TV. Albeit its production is Featuring: Herbert Marshall Mcluhan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_McLuhan Malcolm Morley https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_Morley Inez Garson

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Speaker: Marshall McLuhan Recording date: 1977 Location: John Hopkins University The recording was made from a cassette original by Star Larvae (http://starlarvae.blogspot.nl) More about McLuhan: Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980) was the first major communications theorist of how the new media have the power to transform human nature. No matter how powerful or persuasive the message, he said, it’s the media that have changed our patterns of thought and behaviour. Now, in a world dominated by the Internet and social media, McLuhan’s revolutionary ideas are as hotly debated as they were in the 1960s, when he became an academic star known worldwide for his catchy slogans “the medium is the message,” “the global village,” and “hot and cool media.” Today, McLuhan is back in the spotlight again, this time as the first seer of cyberspace. For decades scholars and students have read Marshall McLuhan’s landmark books Understanding Media and the Gutenberg Galaxy, recognizing him as the foremost theorist of how the new media have affected human behaviour. Now, however, we can experience Marshall McLuhan in the original. The Marshall McLuhan Speaks Special Collection is a historical archive that comprises video of three decades of McLuhan’s appearances on television: interviews, panels, debates and lectures. Taken together, the Marshall McLuhan Speaks Special Collection is a priceless archival resource for students, scholars and everyone interested in understanding the impact of new media in the 21st century. Some quotations from the John Hopkins talk: "One of the peculiar effects of the alphabet was to separate the visual faculty from the other senses. Such an effect never occurred in china or Arab world. Only the Phonetic alphabet has the power to divorce the visual faculty from the other senses. Visual space is continuous and connected homogenous and static. All other spaces created by the other senses of touch, acoustics, kinaesthetic – all these other senses are discontinuous, resonant and dynamic, they are not static” “The alphabet in divorcing the heart (the right hemisphere of the brain) from the head (the left hemisphere of the brain” ......... (next video) “The alphabet in divorcing the heart (the right hemisphereof the brain) from the head (the left hemisphere of the brain .. the quantifying visual detached observant function. The alphabet in doing that left the other side of the brain somewhat in abeyance. The Greeks developed an environment of services, roads, military. Alexander the Great would have been unthinkable without the alphabet and without the lineality that went with it. And the Romans took over there and developed an even more lineal and beurocratic hieratical structure. The Roman world created a world that pushed the right/left hemisphere into dominance. A dominance that remained throughout the middle ages, the renaissance and reaching peaks in the industrial assembly line and other structures of the kind.” Discontinuity is acoustic . Continuity and connectiveness is visual and left hemisphere. Discontinuity which is electric – electric current do not flow in the way water does through a pipe or a wire. That is not the form in which they exist. The Telegraph was not long in existence when we had a revolution in physics: - Max Planck – 1900. Matter as discontinues quanta of energy. Matter was not connected at all. There was resonating intervals in matter (planck’s quantum theory) - Freud – discontinuity between the unconscious and the conscious - Picasso – discontinuous spaces called Cubism - Einstein later – relativity theory refers to the fact that you have to measure anything in the world to the speed of light “You can have 20/20 vision in each eye and still be profoundly dyslexic. Dyslexia is not something that takes place in the eyes – it takes place in the matter of conversions of the eye in front of the page. Dyslexia is a problem of conversion" More information about Marshall McLuhan: https://mcluhangalaxy.wordpress.com http://www.marshallmcluhanspeaks.com http://www.mcluhanonmaui.com http://marshallmcluhan.com http://www.fivebodied.com

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Title: On Nature And Media: A Dialogue Of Effects Date: 17 July 1978 Location: Cambridge University's Teachers College Introduction: Louis Forsdale Speakers: Marshall McLuhan and Louis Forsdale Description: FORSDALE-C. Louis. Professor Emeritus of Communication and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University died at age 77 in 1999. A gifted and compassionate teacher, scholar of the impact of mass communications on the future of the human condition, lyrical photographer, astute analyst of film as an art form, lover of Mozart, Suzanne Farrell and Emily Dickinson, Lou influenced the lives and the classrooms of hundreds of graduate students and countless colleagues with his selfless generosity of spirit and imagination. Louis Forsdale of Columbia University's Teachers College was one of the first to recognise the profound implications of McLuhan's work for the field of education, and brought him down to New York City on a umber of occasions beginning in the 1950s. In addition to making McLuhan's work more widely known within the field of education, especially English education, and introducing McLuhan to the New York intellectual scene. He introduced McLuhan to his doctoral students among them Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner. In this debate McLuhan iterates his major points and gives not only a concise precise of his approach but also an overview of the wide range of explorations leading up directly to his posthumously published book "Laws Of Media". He goes in detailed into the "later McLuhan". The one that started out with Hopkins and the epiphanies of Joyce and found its "seat" in tactility. Tactility is a key concept that McLuhan equates with the interplay between the left and the right hemisphere. His conception of the tetrad is also something he finds time to elaborate upon as well as his use of the Cliche and Archetype. Taken as a whole it is the most comprehensive upload of McLuhan's thought. This recording was part of the CD ROM understanding McLuhan according to @ConstantContext More information: https://mcluhangalaxy.wordpress.com http://www.marshallmcluhanspeaks.com http://www.mcluhanonmaui.com

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