Rethinking Technologies

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Verena Andermatt Conley
U of Minnesota Press, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 248 pages
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Grounded on the assumption that the relationship between the arts and the sciences is dictated by technology, the essays in Rethinking Technologies explore trends in contemporary thought that have been changing our awareness of science, technology, and the arts.
 

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Contents

Machinic Heterogenesis
13
War Law Sovereignty Techne
28
Our Narcotic Modernity
59
EcoSubjects
77
Age of Paranoia
92
Technology and Passivity
115
Postmodernism Angst or Agony
143
The Problem of
156
The Seductions of Cyberspace
173
Hacking a Private Site in Cyberspace
191
Telefigures and Cyberspace
207
Works Cited
233
Contributors
241
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Conley was born and raised in Switzerland.

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