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Presence 30.05.2018 13:00 - 15:00

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Karl-Franzens-Universität, Dr.phil. Armina Galijas, M.A./ Dr. Hrvoje Paic, Zentrum für Süudosteuropastudien, Graz

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Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/194045191232841/

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Location: Institut für Pflanzenphysiologie, Scubertstrasse 51, 1. Stock, HS 31.11

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Design and Society in SEE lecture series: Technosphere and the End of the Subject: The Culture that is Left

Žarko Paić: Technosphere and the End of Subject: The Culture that is Left


In consideration of the relationship between the basic notion that defines the contemporary economy - politics - culture my attempt is to articulating three starting points. The first determines the acceleration of complex digital age that I will call technosphere. In that circuit inputs techno-science, information and communication technologies and new media. The second point is related to changes in the biosphere and it belongs to the physicality, animality and complex organization of human life in cybernetical model of eco-system and environment. Global capitalism goes today through a third point. I call it mediosphere. This term refers to the increasing role of mediation in everyday life. From technological gadgets to computer equipment the landscape of postindustrial societies has been long time ago represented new visual archipelago networks. However, we can no longer understand the basic logic foundation of complexity process without some crucial epistemological turns in culture notions. Graduating from the form object in the form of techno-scientific capital in the creation of new life (biogenetics and biocybernetics) unconditional progress became the posthuman condition.

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