Jean Baudrillard - Philosophy - 1996 - 156 pages
The most cogent expression of his mature thought, Baudrillard here turns detective in order to investigate the murder of reality.
Paul Virilio - Philosophy - 2006 - 224 pages
Negative Horizon is Paul Virilio's most original and unified exploration of the key themes and ideas running through his philosophy. Provocative and forceful, it sets out ...
Howard Rheingold - Computers - 1993 - 325 pages
Looks at online communities in the United States, Japan, England, and France, describes the types of interaction possible through computer networks, and looks at the threats ...
Marcel Duchamp - Art - 1973 - 196 pages
Briefly discusses Duchamp's career as an artist, and gathers his essays and miscellaneous writings on art
Paul Virilio - History - 1986 - 162 pages
With this book Paul Virilio inaugurated the new science whose object of study is the "dromocratic" revolution.