Creation Anxiety in the Early Twentieth Century

Matt Novak’s “A Robot Has Shot Its Master: the 1930s hysteria about machines taking jobs and killing people” is an engaging Slate¬†article from 2011 that attempts to explain the fears of robots, robotics, and mechanization in depression-era Europe and the United States. It exactly covers the topic of my book,¬†Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and AnxietyContinue reading “Creation Anxiety in the Early Twentieth Century”

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