Foreword by Darin Barney Acknowledgments Introduction 1 Finding and Enforcing Limits A Brief Note on the Historical Review 2 Phronesis vs. Techne 3 The Decline of Good Judgment 4 The Rise of Technical Knowledge 5 After the Great Reversal 6 Responses to the Great Reversal 7 Virtue in a Technological Age Notes Bibliography Index
'The Great Reversal is a well written and insightful book on the meaning and dangers of technology. Boasting remarkable breadth, consistent erudition, and a free-flowing readability, it will appeal to both academic and non-academic readers looking for an interesting synthesis on this topic.' -- Leslie Paul Thiele, Department of Political Science, University of Florida
David Edward Tabachnick is an associate professor in and Chair of the Department of Political Science, Philosophy and Economics at Nipissing University.