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The medium and the light reflections on religion by Marshall McLuhan

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Published by Stoddart in Toronto, New York .
Written in English


  • Mass media in religion.,
  • Mass media -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.,
  • Communication -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementMarshall McLuhan ; edited by Eric McLuhan and Jacek Szlarek.
ContributionsMcLuhan, Eric., Szlarek, Jacek.
LC ClassificationsBV652.95 .M39 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination219 p. ;
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL114052M
ISBN 100773760318
LC Control Number99235472

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CHAPTER XIX - ROLE OF THE MEDIUM IN SPIRIT COMMUNICATIONS Influence of the Personal Spirit of the Medium Aptitude of some Mediums for Things they do not know: Languages, Music, Drawing, &c Dissertation of a Spirit on the Role of Mediums CHAPTER X - MORAL INFLUENCE OF THE MEDIUM Various Questions Reading Grade: 95%. Reflection:In the first chapter of Marshall McLuhan’s book, Understanding Media, he talks about how the medium is the first defines medium as “any extension of ourselves.” (p. 9) He then goes on to talk about how “the content of any medium is always another medium.” (p. THE MEDIUMS’ BOOK BEING THE SEQUEL TO “THE SPIRITS’ BOOK” BY A L L A N K A R D E C only be found in the light which it throws on the nature and aim of human life, on the ways of Providence, on duty, and on destiny. All those who have made a serious study of the theory of existence which Allan. Medium. S1 E1 Pilot. When Allison, a pre-law student who is interning at the district attorney's office, starts to experience paranormal events, she wonders if she is psychic of psycho. When one of her dreams ends up being based on a real case, she is able to help the Texas Rangers solve a mystery.

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