On the other hand, David Roochnik, in his Art and Wisdom: Plato's Understanding of Technē that Plato, views technē as "a stable body of reliable knowledge able to tell us, in fixed terms readily teachable to others, how we ought to live."


Aristotle used health as an example of an end that is produced from the techne of medicine. To make a distinction between technē and arete, he said the value of technē is the end product while arete values choosing the action that promotes the best moral good.

The concepts of technē (art) and technik (technology) is viewed to share a commonality—that both are ways in which beings as a whole may be brought to light.[15] However, while technē maintains a relation to nature's capacity for self-disclosure, technik severs it through a regulatory attack that provokes nature to give up its latent power.[15] According to Heidegger, technik—as opposed to technē—refuses "to let earth be an earth."[15]

The Logos and the Tao

The way of the universe is connection. Connection gives birth to things, and unites them. We call that Love.

Technelogos establishes technology as a tool to rebind and reconnect things above all else, in order to rediscover those connections more consciously. Awareness and subconscious are like yin and yang, feeding off each other like dreams and waking states.

The mediator between hand and screen must be the heart!