The Industrial Revolution and its Cultural, Social and Political impact
The term and the substance of «industrial revolution» have been criticized with notable arguments by Friedrich August von Hayek and in general by the Austrian school of the «methodological individualism», including Karl Popper and Ludwig von Mises.
However, in this book it is maintained and confirmed that the industrial revolution, if not a revolution as a radical break with the past, it has certainly had an impact on the traditional way of life as a global process, involving economic, social and political settings as well as individual psychological orientation and behavior.
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND ITS CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL IMPACT
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