Part 1 The politicizing of technology: technocracy and rebellion - the May events of 1968; environmentalism and the politics of technology. Part 2 Subversive rationalization: the limits of technical rationality; the problem of agency. Part 3 Philosophy of technology at the crossroads: critical theories of technology; towards a social philosophy of technology; impure reason.
"Andrew Feenberg's Questioning Technology" is a cutting edge
philosophy of technology which provocatively argues for the
democratization of technology and subjecting technology to
democratic debate and reconstruction. One of the most important
books on technology in the "present era
-Douglas Kellner, UCLA
"Quite simply one of the best books in the field of philosophy of technology
-Andrew Light, SUNY-Binghampton
"Andrew Feenberg identifies social choices within the essence of technology, thus opening up paths to democratization
-Les Levidow, Managing Editor, "Science as Culture
"Feenberg excels at unpacking the various technological approaches to manipulating the world that come to be misleading described in the singluar as 'technology'."
-M. Carleton Simpson, Wilfrid Laurier University