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Media after Kittler

Author: Eleni Ikoniadou; Scott Wilson
Publisher: London ; New York : Rowman and Littlefield International, [2015] ©2015
Series: Media Philosophy
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This is a major collection of essays examining the legacy of Friedrich Kittler in the turn towards Media Philosophy.


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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Friedrich A Kittler; Friedrich A Kittler; Friedrich A Kittler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eleni Ikoniadou; Scott Wilson
ISBN: 9781783481217 1783481218 9781783481224 1783481226
OCLC Number: 904046969
Description: vi, 197 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Secret passages: media after Kittler and the typeface of love letters / Martin McQuillan --
The calculable and the incalculable: Holderlin after Kittler / Samuel Weber --
Kittler-time: getting to know other temporal relationships with the assistance of technological media / Wolfgang Ernst translated by Yuk Hui and James Burton --
The humming of machines: to the end of history and back / Mai Wegener translated by Robin Cackett --
Media after media / Bernhard Siegert --
The forbidden pleasures of media determining / Matthew Fuller --
The computer that couldn't stop: artificial intelligence and obsessional neurosis / Scott Wilson --
The situation after media / Stefan Heidenreich --
The ragged manifold of the subject: databaseness and the generic in curating youtube / Olga Goriunova --
Of disappearances and the ontology of media (studies) / Jussi Parikka.
Series Title: Media Philosophy
Responsibility: edited by Eleni Ikoniadou and Scott Wilson.


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Media After Kittler is a volume Kittler himself could have compiled: an intriguing mix of in-depth discussions and departures that probe the ways in which media can be conceived after, according to Read more...

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