Herbert Marshall McLuhan was a Canadian philosopher born in 1911 in Alberta and passed on in 1980. The philosopher is rendered as one of the best individuals to facilitate in the development of the media theory. McLuhan at his tender age lived in Manitoba where he later joined Kelvin Technical School and then registered in 1928 for tertiary education in the University of Manitoba. While in the university, he developed a different relationship with the religion which resulted to him turning to literature with the aim of developing a truth and beauty to gratify the soul's hunger for the two, a stage he referred to as agnosticism. One year after being an engineering student, McLuhan changed the majors that saw him earn a BA in 1933 and emerged as the best student after winning the institution’s Gold medal for the arts and sciences category.
In 1962, the philosopher published “The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man," printed by the Toronto Campus Press. The publication spearheaded the study of culture bo
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