Re technology and learning/org learning, an interesting issue is how our
tools (organizations in their various forms included) do most of our
thinking for us and so what. There are several short, recent, outstanding
books on this issue (which beats trying to read, say, Heidegger or Ellul).
Of particular interest is that they allow us to see both the degree and
the ways in which "individual rational choice" assumptions are shot
through our thinking, our methods of inquiry, and various forms of
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