Clive Staples Lewis


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Noun1.Clive Staples Lewis - English critic and novelist; author of theological works and of books for children (1898-1963)
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This book offers 14 essays on the relationship between the philosophy of technology to technology education, focusing on individual philosophers and their philosophical work and its application to technology education: Carl Mitcham, Peter Kroes and Anthonie Meijers, Gunter Ropohl, Pierre Rabardel, Gilbert Simondon, Bernard Stiegler, Bruno Latour, Andrew Feenberg, Langdon Winner, Kevin Kelly, Don Ihde, Albert Borgmann, and Clive Staples Lewis. Contributors work in technology education in Europe, South Africa, and New Zealand.
Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898-22 November 1963) was a British novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian, broadcaster, lecturer, and Christian apologist.
The death of Clive Staples Lewis on November 22, 1963, removed from the world one of the most lucid, winsome, and powerful writers on Christianity.
The three titles are perhaps best read together, as they are designed to give a fresh look at and a comprehensive study of the treatment of matters of gender, including the depiction of both female and male characters and the use of gender as metaphor, in the writings of the prolific Anglo-Irish author Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963).
So, instead, he works tirelessly to bring Clive Staples Lewis, arguably the greatest communicator of the Christian message in the twentieth century, to the world.
Clive Staples Lewis, known to his family and friends as Jack, was born in Belfast in November 1898, the son of a solicitor father.