Laws of media: the new science
Before you have gone very far in this book, you will have found many familiar themes and topics. Be assured: this is not just a rehashing of old fare dished up between new covers, but a genuinely new food for thought and meditation.
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Visual Space in Use
PostEuclidean Acoustic Space
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abstract acoustic space ancient Aristotle artists awareness axiom Bacon becomes body Book brain century Cliche to Archetype concept connected consciousness Cubism culture dialectic discontinuous dynamic effect efficient cause environment etymology Euclidean exegesis experience extensions figure and ground figure minus figure/ground formal cause George Steiner Giambattista Vico grammar Greek hardware Harold Innis Heraclitus human artefacts idea Idols interplay Invention of Space Jacques Lusseyran language law of effect Laws of Media left-hemisphere linear logic logos means metaphor metonymy mimesis mind mode modern nature Novum Organum object observation obsolesced oral pattern perception philosophy phonetic alphabet physical poet poetic poetry present principle rational relation resonant interval retrieval reversal rhetoric right hemisphere scientific sense sensibility sequential side-effects simultaneous situation solipsism speech structure synecdoche T.S. Eliot tetrad theory things thought tradition transformation trivium Vico Vico's visual bias visual space W.B. Yeats Western whole words