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My Reaction Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman informs us on the evolution of communication Neils views are expressed clearly in the text through his opinions and views I believe that you distinguish his standpoints strong passionate that he writes on his ideas Along with his passion I sense his attitude by coming forth in the beginning of the paperback and saying as plainly as I can this book is an inquiry into and a lamentation about the most significant American culture fact of the second half of the twentieth century the decline of the Age of Typography and the ascendancy of the Age of Televisionp8 I deem that this statement shows his straight views how he says things the way that he really believes and this is the case through the book He takes us through the evolution of communication by talking of its birth in the New England Region of the United States and its growth from there He discusses the meaning of epistemology and how it pertains to his written text and his broad thoughts From the epistemology he moves on to the written word and how it developed in many diverse directions At the birth of our nation there were no emails telephones or printed material floating around With these conveniences not in our reach the only tool for communication was found in between our chins and noses our mouths Using our mouths as the only implement for communication made things difficult With this it took a long time for people to be informed on what was going on in the country People heard everything by what was passed on from the person next to them So when there was breaking news about in the country how reliable and accurate do you think that it was How different do you think that news was from when it started eventually until it ended For instance with the tragedy on
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