The Environment

In such a way, it was developing and inventing technological instruments with the objective to surpass difficulties (FILIPA, 2008). Since the times of the primrdios the man interacts with the environment to satisfy the necessities of survival and to communicate itself with the others through together gestures, symbols and drawings to form communities, groups and to explore the planet. In accordance with Litwin (1997, P. 40): Throughout its evolution, the human being was developing tools that had allowed it to dominate the environment physical encircled that it. These conceptual and technological instruments act as prolongation of its directions, extending the limits that the nature imposed to it. The instruments allow to act on the environment.

They extend the reach of the directions and the action. At the same time, the proper use of the tools that goes developing influences in the ways to exactly think, to act, to perceive and to think the world and itself. During much time the man solved diverse problems, for this innovated and diversified ways and techniques until adjust them it what they are today, the technologies. The technology in its ampler direction if applies to what not existing in the nature, the man carries through with its capacity to invent, expands its powers, dominates the nature and to become its more easy work and cmodo. Through times, the human being comes developing its technology to facilitate its life. Since the most remote times, it is seen that the search of this comfort stimulated the species human being to unmask the nature, its laws, to develop mechanisms, to create methods, equipment, laws, conventions, everything come back to bring the comfort to it. It is evident that the technological jump was folloied, first of the shock caused in the population, followed for the adaptation to the new invention, discovery or perfectioning, passing for the room to the new resource, culminating in the substitution of this elaborated innovation for other more and that it came to supply new necessities human beings, restarting all this process (D' Abronzo, 2006).

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