Technophilia is, in its simplest definition, a strong enthusiasm for technology, especially newer technologies such as computers, the Internet, cell phones and home theater. It is not currently considered a psychological condition or a disorder, but is used in sociology when examining the interaction of individuals with their society, especially contrasted with technophobia. Technophilia is the antimodernist epigee of postmodern existence from the soft aesthetics of taste. The technophiliac aesthetic is comfortable function.
The idea of technophilia used occasionally in the critical theory of society describes the new forms of enthusiasm for new technologies and technological innovations, according to the necrophilia-concept of Erich Fromm.
See also: Wikipedia - Technophilia
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