The Revolution of Hope
Toward a Humanized Technology
Publisher: Bantam Books, New York, USA
Year Published: 1968
Resource Type: Book
Cx Number: CX7616
Froom argues for the urgent necessity of shfiting our priorities from things and death to the priorities of life and human beings.
Table of Contents
I. The Crossroads
1. What Hope is Not
2. The Paradox and Nature of Hope
6. Messianic Hope
7. The Shattering of Hope
III. Where Are We Now and Where Are We Headed?
1. Where are we now?
2. The Vision of the Dehumanized Society of A.D. 2000
3. The Present Technological Society
IV. What Does It Mean to Be Human?
1. Human Nature and Its Various manifestations
2. The Conditions of Human Existence
3. The Need for Frames of Orientation and Devotion
4. Survival and Trans-survival Needs
5. "Humane Experiences"
6. Values and Norms
V. Steps to the Humanization of Technological Society
1. General Premises
2. Humanistic Planning
3. Activation and Liberation of Energies
4. Humanized Consumption
5. Psychospiritual Renewal
VI. Can We Do It?
1. Some Conditions
2. A Movement
Epilogue, by Ruth Nanda Anshen