technology

The Transclassic Machine (G. Anders, H.D. Bahr, F. Neyrat, G. Simondon)

If one follows the theory of technical objects as developed by the French theorist Gilbert Simondon (Simondon 2012), and subsequently Frédéric Neyrat’s statements in the anthology The Technological Condition (Hörl 2011), it is necessary for today’s hyper-technicalised societies to fundamentally …

The Transclassic Machine (G. Anders, H.D. Bahr, F. Neyrat, G. Simondon)

A reflection on Giorgio Agamben’s work, The Highest Poverty, or on the “way of poverty” against the “way of wealth or enrichment

The Poor Way We will pay tribute to the great Italian thinker Giorgio Agamben, the anti-Badiou par excellence.And we will, in particular, try to illustrate one of the last books of the Homo Sacer series:The Highest Poverty: Monastic Rules and …

A reflection on Giorgio Agamben’s work, The Highest Poverty, or on the “way of poverty” against the “way of wealth or enrichment

About the NON-Technological Use of Machines

In the course of the industrial use of electricity, the emergence of new communication and transport technologies and routes (including their partial nationalization), the creeping process of dissolving the classical machinery of the industrial age or at least its integration …

About the NON-Technological Use of Machines

Covid-19: Philosopher Bernard Stiegler’s Insight from the Angle of Memory

… Our current economic model is centred on physical and symbolic hyper-communication between almost every place throughout the world, and this considerably increases the danger. This model, which is also that of the ‘data economy’, is very dangerous because it …

Covid-19: Philosopher Bernard Stiegler’s Insight from the Angle of Memory

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