The Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen, living in the 1800s expressed through his fairy tales and other stories an enthusiasm for the technological breakthroughs in that century with trains, etc. But he also showed great concern for what the natural science did to people by narrowing their mind towards rational thinking only. The paper outlines Andersen's remarkable vision about future travelling, etc.
|Issue number||241, March/April 2007|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
- Historic philosophy on technology