The Question Concerning Technology
The Question Concerning Technology (Die Frage nach der Technik) is a work by Martin Heidegger seeking to derive the essence of technology and humanity’s role of being with it. Heidegger originally published the text in 1954, in Vorträge und Aufsätze.
It was originally named "The Framework" and first presented on December 1, 1949, in Bremen. It was at this time presented as the second of four lectures, collectively called "Insight into what is." The other lectures were titled "The Thing," "The Danger," and "The Turning."
- Albert Borgmann, "Technology," A Companion to Heidegger Ed. Dreyfus and Wrathall (Blackwell Publishing, 2005), 428.
- Martin Heidegger, "The Question Concerning Technology", from Martin Heidegger: Basic Writings from "Being and Time" (1927) to "The Task of Thinking" (1964), rev. ed., edited by David Farrell Krell. Harper: San Francisco.
- The Question Concerning Technology
- Eldred, Michael (2000) 'Capital and Technology: Marx and Heidegger', Left Curve No.24, May 2000 ISSN:0160-1857. Original German edition Kapital und Technik: Marx und Heidegger, Roell Verlag, Dettelbach, 2000 117 pp. ISBN 3-89754-171-8.
- Eldred, Michael (2009) 'Critiquing Feenberg on Heidegger's Aristotle and the Question Concerning Technology'.
- University of Hawaii Guide to "The Question Concerning Technology"