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Imagologies: Media Philosophy
As philosoph web of telecommunications technology spreads across the globe, the site of economic development, social change, and political struggle shifts to the realm of media and communications. In this remarkable book, Mark Taylor Imagologies: In this remarkable book, Mark Taylor and Esa Saarinen challenge readers to rethink politics, economics, education, religion, architecture, and even thinking itself. When the world is wired, nothing remains the same.
To explore the new electronic frontier with Taylor and Saarinen is to see the world anew. A revolutionary period needs a revolutionary book. Get a head start of the 21st Century: Paperbackpages. Published March 31st by Routledge philosphy published March 15th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Lists with Imagolobies Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 15, Kenneth Thomas rated it it was amazing. OK, my name’s inside the front cover. It was a good book. I’ll copy my Amazon review here sometime: Jun 04, Robert Hudder rated it liked it. It is interesting to go back and read books that were in your area of study especially philosopht it is books on the impact of technology.
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This book was the result of the team course across continents. A course on Media Philosophy.
Some of the hpilosophy still hold while others haven’t aged well. I had wanted to go through and provide some of what I found interesting but after leaving it for a few weeks, I am not sure how much of it is profound or even relevant. Maybe I just don’t love this navel gazing It imagoloogies interesting to go back and read books that were in your area of study especially when it is books on the impact of technology.
Maybe I just don’t love this navel gazing as much as I have. What it has wakened is the tighter and more focused practice of philosophy. There are some sharp thoughts here. Some are laid out while others are thrown around like so much post modern confetti. Some of the barbs land. Questions of the body on the mesia seem a little dated as we see the internet disappear into our hands and become more common place.
The promise of the virtual has not been realized as such but instead there is a movement to enhance the everyday. Google and its maps are more relevant than some questions about the inhumanity of the net.
Imagologies : media philosophy
Reading in the time of Trump where virtual as a stand in for truths of different types and the fact that reality seems to be warped by Facebook or Twitter, maybe there is new earth to mine. It was fun to read this book of the future in the future that I inhabit. Many of the technologies had not been invented in and seeing an introduction by John Perry Barlow who only recently passed away marks a passing of a certain type of frenzy in technological philosophy.
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