Technology is good, which relieves man from burdensome work. Because prolonged and incessant physical labor undermines human dignity. Technology is bad, which robs man of the opportunity to earn income, be occupied, learn, gain experience and excel.
Technology's predominance today may be not so much the result of industrialism and its marketing methods. It may as well be the result of an erronious accounting system. To account for economic success in such terms as the GNP is to value unequal monetary profit at the expense of full employment, educational standards, socio-environmental concerns and individual well-being.