qIt appers impossible for anyone seriously interested in our civilization to ignore this book. It is a a musta book for those in every branch of science . . . in addition, economists, politicians, statesmen, and businessmen cannot afford to overlook cybernetics and its tremendous, even terrifying implications. qIt is a beautifully written book, lucid, direct, and despite its complexity, as readable by the layman as the trained scientist.q -- John B. Thurston, qThe Saturday Review of Literatureq Acclaimed one of the qseminal books . . . comparable in ultimate importance to . . . Galileo or Malthus or Rousseau or Mill, q qCyberneticsq was judged by twenty-seven historians, economists, educators, and philosophers to be one of those books published during the qpast four decades, q which may have a substantial impact on public thought and action in the years ahead.q -- qSaturday Reviewqaquot;It appers impossible for anyone seriously interested in our civilization to ignore this book.
|Title||:||Cybernetics Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 1961-01-01|