Writings (Electronic Mediations) Paperback – 15 Oct 2004
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"This collection is a must-read introduction into the connected and networked world of one of the most original and prophetic thinkers of the past century."
About the Author
Vilem Flusser was born in Prague in 1920. After emigrating to Brazil and then to France, he embarked on an influential career as a lecturer and writer on language, design, and communication. He died in 1991.
Strohl is director of the film department at the Goethe-Institute Inter Nationes in Munich.
Eisel received his Ph.D. in comparative literature from UCLA, currently works for a software technology company in Southern California.
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If there is an essential relationship between media and philosophy that is overlooked by many contemporary thinkers, artists and writers today, then this is an excellent text which provides essential insights.
The field of New Media Theory and Philosophy is fraught with innumerable pathways and traps. This book offers a safe passage out of labyrinth of thought, without jargon (Adorno) and confirms Flusser to be one of the most important and under-rated media thinker in this century.