neophilia


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neophilia

Sexual arousal related to the newness of one’s partner or environment.
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If educably open to the old and the new, we in academe might not be compelled to genuflect to neophilia and disdain the old, or vice versa.
The chief consequence of setting these as program goals, and of then defining computer literacy as the means to information is neophilia.
Absent that agreement and public expression, libraries and librarianship can fall prey to the kind of technological neophilia described above.
In an age of neophilia the past has, in many people's view, been superseded.