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Adams, Henry:  The Degradation of the Democratic Dogma, New York 1919.

Agricola, Georgius (Georg Bauer):  De Re Metallica, erste Ausgabe 1546.    wikipedia  Georgius_Agricola  *1494 in Glauchau

Aldred, Cyril:  The Egyptians, New York 1961.

Aldrich, Charles Robert: The Primitive Mind and Modern Civilization, New York 1931.

Ames, Oakes:  Economic Annuals and Human Culture, Cambridge 1939.

Anderson, Edgar:  Plants, Man and Life, Boston 1939; Natural History, Statistics and Applied Mathematics, in: American Journal of Botany, Dezember 1956.

Angyal, Andras,  Foundations for a Science of Personality, New York 1941.

Ardrey, Robert,  African Genesis, New York 1961.

Arendt, Hannah,  The Origins of Totalitarianism, New York 1941; The Human Condition, Chicago 1958.

Armstrong, E. A.,  Bird Display and Behavior, London 1947.

Aron, Raymond, Progress and Disillusion, New York 1968.

Asimov, Isaac, The Perfect Machine, in: Science Journal, Oktober 1968.

Atkinson, R. J. C., Neolithic Engineering, in: Antiquity, Dezember 1961.


Bacon, Francis, The Advancement of Learning, erste Ausgabe London 1605; New Atlantis, erste Ausgabe London 1627.
Bacon, Roger, Opus Major, englisch von Robert B. Burke, Philadelphia 1928.
Baldwin, James Mark, Development and Evolution, New York 1902.
Barret, Francois, Histoire de Travail, Paris 1955.
Bartholomew, George A., und J. B. Birdsell, Ecology and the Protohominids, Cambridge, Mass., 1962.
Bates, Marston, Where Winter Never Comes, New York 1952; The Forest and the Sea, New York 1960.
Bech, J. S., Emotional Experience äs a Necessary Constituent in Knowing, New York 1950.
Becker, Carl L., Progress and Power, Stanford, Cal., 1936.
Beckmann J., Beiträge zur Geschichte der Erfindungen, Leipzig 1783-1788.
Beckwith, Burnham P., The Next 500 Years, New York 1967.
Beer, Gavin de, Streams of Culture, New York 1969.
Bell, Daniel, The Study of the Future, in: The Public Interest, Herbst 1965.
Belloc, Hilaire, The Servile State, London 1912.
Benedict, Ruth, Patterns of Culture, Boston 1934.
Bergounioux, R. P., La prehistoire et ses problemes, Paris 1958.
Bergson, Henri, Creative Evolution, New York 1924.
Berle, A. A., Power, New York 1969.
Berndt, Ronald M. und Catherine H., The World of the First Australians, New York 1954.
Bernal, J. D., Science and Industry in the Nineteenth Century, London 1953.
Bertalanffy, Ludwig, Robots, Men, and Minds, New York 1967; General Systems Theory, New York 1968.

Bettelheim, Bruno, The Informed Heart, New York 1960.
Bibby, Geoffrey, The Testimony of the Spade, New York 1956.
Birket-Smith, Kaj, Primitive Man and His Ways, London 1960.
Blackman, Allan, Scientism and Planning, 1966.
Bloch, Märe, Feudal Society, Chicago 1961.
Boas, Franz, The Mind of Primitive Man, New York 1911.
Boguslaw, Robert, The New Utopians, New York 1905.
Born, Max, My Life and My Views, New York 1968.
Borsodi, Ralph, The Green Revolution, Brookville 1965.
Boulding, Kenneth, The Meaning of the Twentieth Century, New York 1965.
Bowra, Maurice, Primitive Song, New York 1962.
Boyle, Robert, The Sceptical Chymist, erste Ausgabe London 1661.
Brach, Jacques, Conscience et Connaissance, Paris 1957.
Brady, Robert A., Organisation, Automation and Society, Berkeley, Cal., 1961.
Braidwood, Robert J., Prehistoric Man, Chicago 1961.
Brandeis, Louis D., The Curse of Bigness, New York 1935.
Braudel, Fernand, Civilisation materielle et Capitalisme, Paris 1967.
Breasted, James Henry, Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt, New York 1912; A History of Egypt from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest, New York 1905; The Dawn of Conscience. New York 1933.
Breuil, Henri, und Raymond Lantier, Les Hommes de la Pierre Ancienne, Paris 1951.
Brinkmann, Donald, Mensch und Technik, Bern 1946.
Bronowski, J., The Identity of Man, London 1966.
Brown, Harrison, The Next Hundred Years, New York 1961.
Brumbaugh, R. S., Ancient Greek Gadgets and Machines, New York 1966.
Buber, Martin, Paths in Utopia, New York 1950.
Bücher, Karl, Arbeit und Rhythmus, Leipzig 1924.
Bugliarello, George, Bio-Engineering äs a New Dialogue, in: Carnegie Review, Winter 1965.
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, The Coming Race, London 1871.
Burckhardt, Jacob, Force and Freedom, New York 1943.
Burnham, Jack, Beyond Modern Sculpture, New York 1968.
Burtt, Edwin Arthur, The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science, New York 1927.
Bury, J. B., The Idea of Progress, New York 1932.
Bushnell, G. H. S., Ancient Arts of the Americas, New York 1965.
Butler, Samuel, Unconscious Memory, erste Ausgabe London 1880; Life and Habit, London 1923; Erewhon, und Erewhon Revisited, London 1927.
Butterfield, Herbert, The Origin of Modern Science, New York 1951.
Butzer, Karl W., Environment and Archaeology, London 1964.


Caillois, Roger:  Man and the Sacred, Glencoe 1959.
Calder, Nigel:  Technopolis, London 1969.
Cannon, Walter B.:  Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and Rage, New York 1915; The Wisdom of the Body, New York 1932.
Carson, Rachel:  Silent Spring, Boston 1962.
Carter, George R.:  The Tendency Towards Industrial Combination, London 1913.
Casson, Stanley:  Progress and Catastrophe, New York 1937.
Catlin, George:  Life Among the Indians, Norman, Okla., 1959.

Chapuis, Alfred:  Les automates dans les oeuvres d'imagination, Neuchätel 1947; mit Edmond Droz, Les automates, figures artiftcielles d'hommes et d'animaux, Neuchätel 1948.
Chase, Stuart:  The Most Probable World, New York 1968.
Childe, V. Gordon:  What happened in History, Harmondsworth 1941; Social Evolution, New York 1951; The Dawn of European Civilization, New York 1958.
Chomsky, Noam:  Cartesian Linguistics, New York 1966.
Clarke, Arthur C.:  Profites of the Future. New York 1962; Time Probe: The Sciences in Fiction, New York 1966.
Clark, G. N.:  Science and Social Welfare in the Age of Newton, Oxford 1937.
Clark, Grahame:  Prehistoric Europe, London 1952; Archaeology and Society, London 1939; World Prehistory, Cambridge 1961; mit Stuart Pigott, Prehistoric Studies, New York 1965.
Clark, Wilfred Edwards Le Gros, Antecedents of Man, London 1960.
Clarkson, J. D. und T. C. Cochran, War as a Social Institution, New York 1941.
Clow, Archibald, The Chemical Revolution, London 1952.
Coblentz, Stanton, From Arrow to Atom Bomb, New York 1953.
Cohen, Morris, Reason and Nature, New York 1931.
Cole, Sonia, The Neolithic Revolution, London 1963; The Prehistory of East Africa, New York 1953.
Comenius, Johann Amos, The Great Didactic, London 1896.
Commoner, Barry, Science and Survival, New York 1965.
Condorcet, Marie J. A. C. N., Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Human Mind, Paris 1794, London 1955.
Conklin, Groff, Big Book of Science Fiction, New York 1950.
Cook, James, The Journals, London 1955.
Coulton G. C., Medieval Panorama, Cambridge 1939.


Darwin, Charles, The Voyageofthe Beagle, London 1845; On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, London 1859; The Descent of Man, London 1871.
Dasman, Raymond, F., A Different Kind of Country, New York 1968.
Daumas, Maurice, A History of Technology and Invention, New York 1970.
Davis, David Brion, The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture, Ithaca, N. Y., 1966.
De Beer, Gavon, Genetics and Prehistory, Cambridge 1965.
De Morgan, Jacques, Prehistoric Man. A General Outline of Prehistory, New York 1925.
Derry, T. M. und Trevor I. Williams, A Short History of Technology, London 1954.
Descartes, Rene, A Discourse on the Method, Leyden 1637, englisch New York 1912.
Dessauer, F., Der Mensch im Kraftfeld der Technik, Düsseldorf 1955.
De Terra, Helmut: Humboldt, New York 1959.
Diamond, A. S., The History and Origin of Language, New York 1959.
Dijksterhuis, E. J., The Mechanization of the World Picture, Amsterdam 1950, Oxford 1961.
Dobzhansky, Theodosius, Mankind Evolving: The Evolution of the Human Species, New Haven 1962.
Donovan, J., The Festal Origin of Human Speech, in: Mind, Oktober 1891-Juli 1892.

Driver, Harold E., Indians of North America, Chicago 1961.
Drucker, Peter A., The Future of Industrial Man, New York 1969.
Duboin, Jacques, Economie distributive de l'abondance, Paris; Rarete et abondance, Paris 1945.
Dubos, Rene, The Torch of Life, New York 1962; Man Adapting, New Haven 1965.
Du Brul, E. Lloyd, Evolution of the Speech Apparatus, Springfield 1958.
Durkheim, Emile, The Division of Labor in Society, New York 1933.


Eaton, Stewart C., Roger Bacon und his Search for a Universal Science, Oxford 1952.
Eccles, J., The Neurophysical Basis of Mind, Oxford 1953.
Edholm, O.G., The Biology of Work, New York 1967.
Edwards, I.E.S., The Pyramids of Egypt, Harmondsworth 1947.
Eiseley, Loren, The Immense Journey, New York 1946; Fossil Man and Human Evolution, New York 1955.
Eisenstadt, Samuel Noah, The Politival System o f Empires, New York 1963.
Eliade, Mircea, Patterns in Comparative Religion, New York 1958; The Sacredand the Profane, New York 1959; The Forge and the Crucible, New York 1962.
Elkin, A. P., The Australian Aborigines, New York 1964.
Ellul, Jacques, The Technological Society, New York 1964.
Erikson, Erik H., Gandhi's Truth: On the Origins of Militant Non-Violence, New York 1969; Psychoanalysis and Ongoing History, 1965.
Erman, Adolf, Life in Ancient Egypt, New York 1894.
Eurich, Nell, Science in Utopia, Cambridge, Mass., 1967.
Evans-Pritchard, E. E., The Institutions of Primitive Society, Oxford 1954.
Ewing, J. Alfred, An Engineer's Outlook, London 1933.


Fair, Charles M., The Dying Seif, Middletown, Conn., 1969.
Farber, Seymour M., und Roger H. L. Wilson, Control of the Mind, New York 1961; Conflict and Creativity, New York 1963.
Farrington, Benjamin, Francis Bacon, New York 1949.
Feldhaus, Franz Maria, Ruhmesblätter der Technik, Leipzig 1926; Technik der Antike und des Mittelalters, Potsdam 1931.
Ferkiss, Victor, Technological Man, New York 1969.
Finley, M. I., Between Slavery and Freedom, Den Haag, 1964.
Fisher, Marvin, Workshops in the Wilderness, New York 1967.
Fleure, Herbert John, und Harold Peake, Times and Places, Oxford 1956.
Forbes, R. J., Studios in Ancient Technology, Leiden 1955.
Forde, C. Daryll, Habitat, Economy, and Society, London 1945.
Fouille, Alfred, La Psychologie des Idees-forces; Paris 1893.
Fourastier, Jean, Machinisme et Bien-etre, Paris 1951; The Causes of Wealth, Glencoe, 111., 1960.
Francastel, Pierre, Art et Technique, Paris 1956.
Frank, Waldo, The Re-Discovery of America, New York 1929.
Frankfort, Henri, Kingship and the Gods, Chicago 1948; The Birth of Civiliwtiön in the Near East, Bloomington, Ing., 1954.
Frankl, Viktor B., Man's Search for Meaning, Boston 1962.
Fraser, J. T., The Voices of Times, New York 1966.
Frazer, James George, The Golden Bough, New York 1942; Magical Origin of Kings, London 1920.
Freud, Sigmund, Totem und Tabu.

Friedman, Georges, Problemes humains du machinisme industriel, Paris 1946; Le Travail en miettes, Paris 1956; Sept Etudes sur l'Homme et la Technique, Paris 1966.
Frobenius, Leo, Kulturgeschichte Afrikas, Zürich 1933.
Fromm, Erich, The Forgotten Language, New York 1951; The Sane Society, New York 1955; Marx's Concept of Man, New York 1961; The Revolution of Hope, New York 1968.
Fuhrmann, Ernst, Grundformen des Lebens, Heidelberg 1962; Versuch einer angewandten Biosophie, Frankfurt/M., o. D.
Fuller, R. Buckminster, Untitled Epic Poem in the History of Industrialization, Highlands, N. C. 1962; Ideas and Integrities, New York 1963; Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth, Carbondale, 111., 1969.


Gabo, Naum, Of Divers Arts, New York 1962.
Gabor, Dennis, Etectronic Inventions and Their Impact on Civilization, London 1959; Inventing the Future, London 1963; Techno­logical Forecasting in a Social Frame, London 1968.
Galbraith, John Kenneth, The Affluent Society, Boston 1958; The New Industrial State, Boston 1967.
Galilei, Galileo, Dialogue on the Great World Systems, Chicago 1953.
Gantner, Joseph, Leonardos Visionen von der Sintflut und vom Untergang der Welt, Bern 1958.
Garrod, D. A. E., Environment, Tools and Man, Cambridge 1946. 
Geddes, Patrick, An Analysis of the Principles of Economics, London 1885; mit Arthur J. Thomson, Life: Outlines of Biology, New York 1931.
Gennep, Arnold van, Les Rites de Passage, Paris 1909.
Gerard, Ralph W., Brains and Behavior, Detroit 1959.
Gerzon, Mark, The Whole World is Watching, New York 1969.
Gesell, Arnold, Wolf Child and Human Child, New York 1940.
Giedion, Siegfried, Mechanization Takes Command, New York 1955; The Eternal Present, New York 1962; The Beginnings of Architecture, New York 1964.
Gille, Bertrand, Esprit et civilisation technique au Moyen Age, Paris 1952.
Gillespie, James E., The Influence of Oversea Expansion on England to 1700, New York 1920.
Girardeau, Emile, Le Progres technique et la personalite humaine, Paris 1955.
Glacken, Clarence J., Traces on the Rhodian Shore, Berkeley, Cal., 1967.
Glanvill, Joseph, Scepsis Scientifica, London 1665.
Glass, Bentley, Science and Ethical Value, Chapel Hill, N. C., 1965; mit O. Tomkin und W. L. Straus, Forerunners of Darwin, Baltimore 1959.
Glennie, J. Stuart, The Application of General Historical Laws to Contemporary Events, London 1905; Sociological Studies, London 1906. 
Goldstein, Kurt, Human Nature in the Light of Psychopathology, Cambridge 1940; Language and Language Disturbance, New York 1948. 
Goodman, Paul, Growing Up Absurd, New York 1960.
Goody, Jack, Literacy in Traditional Societies, Cambridge, Mass., 1968. 
Gould, Jay M., The Technical Elite, New York 1966. 
Graham, Michael, Human Needs, London 1951.
Grazia, Sebastian de, Of Time, Work and Leisure, New York 1962. 
Gregory, Joshua A., A Short History of Atomism, London 1931.
Gregory, R. L., Eye and Brain, New York 1966.



Hacker, Andrew, The Corporation Take-Over, New York 1964.

Haden, Selma von, Is Cyberculture Inevitable, in: Fellowship, Januar 1966.
Hahn, Eduard, Das Alter der wirtschaftlichen Kultur der Menschheit, Heidelberg 1905; Die Haustiere und ihre Beziehung zum Menschen, Leipzig 1896; Die Entstehung der Pflugkultur, Heidelberg 1909.
Haldane, John Scott, Organism and Environment, as illustrated by the Physiology of Breathing, New Haven 1917; Mechanism, Life and Personality, New York 1921. 
Haldane, J. B. S., Animal Ritual and Human Knowledge, in: Diogenes, Herbst 1953.
Hall, A. Rupert, From Galileo to Newton, New York 1963.
Hall, Edward T., The Hidden Dimension, Garden City, N. Y., 1966. 
Hallowell, A. Irving, Ojibway Ontology, Behavior and World War, New York 1959. 
Hammond, J. L., und Barbara Hammond, The Rise of Modern Industry, New York 1926.
Hanson, Earl D., Animal Diversity, Englewood Cliffs, N. J., 1961. 
Hardy, Sir Alister, The Living Stream, London 1965. 
Harrington, Alan, The Immortalist, New York 1969. 
Harrison, H. S., Pots and Pans, London 1923. 
Harrison, Jane, Ancient Art and Ritual, London 1913. 
Hartmann, Georges, L'Automation, Boudry (Neuchätel) 1956. 
Haskeil, H. J., The New Deal in Old Rome, New York 1939. 
Haskins, Caryl P., Of Societies and Men, New York 1951. 
Hatfield, H. Stafford, The Inventar and His Worid, New York 1948. 
Hawkes, Jacquetta, Man on Earth, New York 1955. 
Hayek, F. A., The Road to Serfdom, London 1944; The Counter-Revolution of Science, Glencoe, 111., 1952.
Hayes, Carleton, The Historical Evolution of Nationalism, New York 1928. 
Hayes, William, Most Ancient Egypt, Chicago 1965. 
Heckscher, Eli F., Mercantilism, London 1935. 
Heichelheim, Fritz M., An Ancient Economic History, Leiden 1958. 
Henderson, Lawrence J., The Order of Nature, Cambridge, Mass., 1913; The Fitness of the Environment, New York 1927.
Henderson, Philip, William Morris, New York 1967. 
Herber, Lewis, Our Synthetic Environment, New York 1962. 
Heron, A. H., Why Men Work, Stanford, Cal., 1958. 
Herrick, C. Judson, The Evolution of Human Nature, Austin 1956. 
Hersey, John, The Child-Buyers, New York 1960. 
Herskovits, Melville J., Man and His Werks, New York 1952. 
Hesiod, The Wortes and Days, Cambridge, Mäss., 1936. 
Hillgas, Mark R., The Future äs Nightmare, New York 1967. 
Hoagland, Hudson, und Ralph W. Burhoe, Evolution and Man's Progress, in: Daedalus, Sommer 1961. 
Hobbes, Thomas, De Cive, or, The Citiwn, Paris 1642; Leviathan, on the Matter, Forme, and Power of a Commonwealth, London 1651. 
Hobhouse, Leonard T., Development and Purpose, London 1913. 
Hobson, J. A., Imperialism, New York 1902. 
Hocart, A. M., The Progress of Man, London 1933; Kings and Councillors, Kairo 1936; Social Origins, London 1954. 
Hodges, Henry, Artifacts, London 1964.

Holsti, Rudolph, The Relation of War to the Origin of the State, Helsinki 1913.
Holton, Gerald, Johannes Kepler, Boston 1956; Science and New Styles of Thought, Gainesville, Fla., 1967.
Howells, William, Back of History: The Story of Our Own Origins, Washington 1926.
Hubert, Henri, und Marcel Mauss, Sacrifice, Chicago 1964.
Hudson, W. H., The Naturalist in La Plata, New York o. D.
Huizinga, J., Homo ludens, London 1949. Humboldt, Alexander von, Kosmos, Berlin 1844.
Huxley, Aldous, Brave New World, New York 1932; Brave New World Revisited, New York 1958; Island, New York 1962.
Huxley, Julian, Man Stands Alone, New York 1927; The Uniqueness of Man, London 1941; Evolution, Cultural and Biological, 1955; New Bottles for New Wine, New York 1957.



Isaac, Erich, Myths, Cults, and Livestock Breeding, in: Diogenes, Frühling 1963.



Jaccard, Pierre, Histoire sociale du Travail, Paris 1960. 
Jacobson, Thorkild, Primitive Democracy in Ancient Mesopotamia, 1943. 
James, E. O., Myth and Ritual in the Ancient East, London 1958; The Worship of the Sky-God, London 1963. 
James, William, The Varieties of Religious Experience, New York 1902; The Will-to-Believe, New York 1903. 
Jaspers, Karl, Ursprung und Ziel der Geschichte, 1953. 
Jespersen, Otto, Language: Its Nature, Development and Origin, New York 1922. 
Jennings, Herbert Spencer, The Universe and Life, New Haven 1933.
Jolly, Allison, Two Social Lemurs, Chicago 1966. 
Jones, H. Bence, The Life and Leiters of Faraday, London 1870. 
Jordy, William H., Henry Adams: Scientific Historian, New York 1952. 
Jouvenel, Bertrand de, On Power: Its Nature and the History of Its Growth, New York 1949.
Juenger, Georg Friedrich, The Failure of Technology, Hinsdale, 111., 1949.
Jung, Carl Gustav, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, New York 1963; Civilization inTransition, New York 1964.



Kahler, Erich, The Meaning of History, New York 1964; The Disintegration of Form in the Ans, New York 1968. 
Kahn, Herman, Thinking About the Unthinkable, New York 1962; mit Anthony J. Wiener, The Year 2000, New York 1967.
Keeling, S. V., Descartes, London 1934. 
Kenyon, Kathleen M;, Digging up Jericho, London 1957; Archaeology in the Holy Land, New York 1966.
Kidd, Benjamin, The Principles of Western Civilization, New York 1902. 
Klapper, Joseph T., The Effects of Mass Communication, Glencoe, 111., 1960. 
Klemm, Friedrich, A History of Western Technology, London 1959. 
Klima, Bohuslav, Coal in the Ice Age, in: Antiquity, September 1956. 
Kluckhohn, Clyde, und Henry A. Murray, Personality, in: Nature, Society and Culture, New York 1953. 
Koebner, Richard, Empire, Cambridge 1961. 
Koestler, Arthur, The Sleep Walkers, New York 1959; The Ghost in the Machine, New York 1967.
Koffka, Kurt, The Growth of the Mind, New York 1925.
Kohn, Hans, The Idea of Nationalism, New York 1951.

Kraeling, Carl H., und Robert M. Adams, City Invincible, Chicago 1960.
Kramer, Samuel Noah, The Sumerians, Chicago 1963.
Kranzberg, Melvin, und Caroll W. Pursell, Technology in Western Civilization, New York 1967.
Kroeber, A. L., Anthropology, Chicago 1953. 
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Kuehn, Emil, The Rock Pictures of Europe, Fair Lawn, N. J., 1956. 
Kuhn, Thomas, The Copernican Revolution, Cambridge, Mass., 1957.



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Lang, Andrew, Myth, Ritual and Religion  London 1899.
Langer, Susanne, Philosophy in a New Key   Cambridge, Mass., 1942.
Lanyon, W. E., und W. N. Tavolga, Animal Sounds and Communication   Washington 1960.
Lapp, Ralph E., The New Priesthood  New York 1965; The Weapons Culture, New York 1968.
Lashley, K. S., Brain Mechanisms and Intelligence  Chicago 1929.
Laslett, Peter, The World We Have Lost   New York 1965.
Leaky, L. S. B., Adam's Ancestors   London 1953; The Origin ofthe Genus Homo; Working Stone, Bone and Wood, London 1954. Lefranc, Georges, Histoire du Travail et des Travailleurs   Paris 1957.
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Lewin, Kurt, Field Theory in Social Science   London 1952.
Levi-Strauss, Claude, La Pensee sauvage   Paris 1962; Totemism, Boston 1963; Structural Anthropology, New York 1963. 
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Linton, Ralph, The Tree of Culture   New York 1955. 
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Maclver, R. M., Society, Its Structure and Changes, New York 1932.
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Mandeville, Bernard, The Fable of the Bees, London 1714. 
Mannheim, Karl, Man and Society, New York 1940. 
Mannoni, O., Prospero and Caliban, The Psychology of Colonization, New York 1940.
Manuel, Frank E., The Prophets of Paris, Cambridge, Mass., 1962.
Marcuse, Herbert, Eros and Civilization, New York 1955; One Dimensional Man, Boston 1964.

Marett, R. R., Faith, Hope, and Charity in Primitive Religions, New York 1932.
Maringer, Johannes, The Gods of Prehistoric Man, New York 1960.
Marks, Sema, und Anthony G. Oetinger, Educational Technology, Cambridge, Mass., 1968.
Marshack, Alexander, On Early Calendars, in: Science, November 1964. 
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Masson, John, The Atomic Theory of Lucretius, London 1884. 
Masters, William H., und Virginia E. Johnson, Human Sexual Response, Boston 1966.
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McHarg, lan, Design with Nature, New York 1969. 
McLuhan, Herbert Marshall, The Mechanical Bride, New York 1951; The Gutenberg Galaxy, Toronto 1963; Understanding Media, New York 1964. 
Mead, Margaret, Continuities in Cultural Evolution, New Haven 1964. 
Mellaart, James, Earliest Excavacions in the Near East, New York 1965. 
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Merton, Robert, Reader in Bureaucracy, New York 1952. 
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Meyerowitz, Eva L. R., The Divine Kingship in Ghana and Ancient Egypt, London 1960.
Meyneaud, Jean, Technocracy, London 1968. 
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Moore, Barrington, Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, Boston 1966. 
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Morgan, C. Lloyd, Emergent Evolution, New York 1923. 
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Murphy, Gardner, Human Potentialities, New York 1958. 
Murray, Henry A., Myth and Myth Making, New York 1960.


Narr, Karl J., Urgeschichte der Kultur, Stuttgart 1961.
Naumburg, Margaret, Art as Symbolic Speech, New York 1957.
Needham, Joseph, Wang Ling und Derek Price, Heavenly Clockwork, Cambridge 1960; Technology, Science und Art. Harfield 1961.
Nef, John, War and Human Progress, Cambridge, Mass., 1952; The Conquest of the Material World, Chicago 1964. 
Neumann, Erich, The Origin and History of Consciousness, New York 1954; The Archetypical World of Henry Moore, New York 1959. 
Neumann, Johann von, Can We Survive Technology?, New York 1956.
Nicolson, Marjorie Hope, Voyage to the Moon, New York 1948; The Microscope and English Imagination, Northampton, Mass., 1935; The World in the Moon, Northampton, Mass., 1936.
Nisbert, Robert, Community and Power, New York 1962. 
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Nuttall, Zelia, The Fundamental Principles of Old and New World Civilization, Cambridge, Mass., 1901.



O'Malley, C. D., Andreas Vesalius of Brüssels, Berkeley, Cal., 1965.
Oakley, Kenneth P., Man the Tool-Maker, London 1949; The Earliest Firemakers, in: Antiquity, Juni 1956. 
Oparin, A. I., The Origin of Life, New York 1938.
Oppenheim, A. Leo, Ancient Mesopotamia, Chicago 1964. 
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Orwell, George, 1984, London 1949.
Ozbekhan, Hasan, The Triumph of Technology, Santa Monica, Cal., 1967.



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