The Substitution of Human Faculties with Technology: Early Tools

Introduction:

The Substitution of Human Faculties with Technology: Early Tools

 

The development of modern technologies, led by men’s curiosity and inquiring mind as well as the desire to facilitate work processes has a long and complex history.

Already in prehistoric times tools made of stone were developed to expand men’s physical power. In the following millenniums simple mechanical devices and machines such as the wheel, the lever and the pulley were invented. The next step was the development of powered machines. For example, windmills, waterwheels and simple steam-driven devices.

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