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Technologos in Being

Radical Media Archaeology & the Computational Machine

Proposes "radical" media archaeology as a method to address technical implementations of verbal, diagrammatic or mathematical logos ("analogue" media) and technical "logification" of matter (computing). Les mer
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Proposes "radical" media archaeology as a method to address technical implementations of verbal, diagrammatic or mathematical logos ("analogue" media) and technical "logification" of matter (computing).

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Introduction
Part I: Media Archaeology as Method of a Media Science, and as Techno-Logical Practice
1. Towards a More Radical Understanding of Media as Technology and Logotechnics
2. (Re)Enacting Media Techno-Logically: 'Digitality', Literally
3. Human Performance vs. Technical Operation: Mechanically Informed Music from the Past
4. Discretely Confronting Artefactual Materialities and Metarealities: Radical Media Archaeology
Part 2: Radical Media Archaeology in Close Alliance with Operative Log-Technics (Computing)
5. The (With)In-Human Symbolic Machine
6. A Process-oriented Approach to Computation
7. Chronologos: The Untimeliness of the Time-Discrete Computing
8. Computing For and As Architecture: Between Cultural Technique and Technology
9. A New Kind of 'Love for Logos': Humanities of the Digital
10. Against Digital Metaphysics: AI 2.0 and "Deep" Machine Learning
11. Preliminary Conclusions from the Question Concerning Tehcnologos
Bibliography
Index

Om forfatteren

Wolfgang Ernst is Full Professor for Media Theories at the Institute for Musicology and Media Science at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany. He is the author of The Delayed Present (2017), Digital Memory and the Archive (2012), and Chronopoetics (2016).