Wrigley 8

the problems with the term modern:
modernization in the narrow political/historical sense:

So does modernization inevitably lead to an industrial revolution?

Industrialization seemed disruptive to modernization in its first stages

In China today industrialization seems to be leading to modernization rather than the reverse
Wrigley argues that the Netherlands was still an organic economy, but was peat that different from coal?  He says it wasn't running out
is energy more important to an industrial revolution than modernization?

does modernization inevitably lead to industrialization?  Wrigley says no
can industrialization lead to modernization?  China might be an example
modernization without industrialization: London, the Netherlands
can you refuse both industrialization and modernization?  Islamic State is trying
in the early industrial revolution, industrial cities became less modern
does technological progress lead to increased freedom?