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Crogan, P. (2007)
Languages: English
Types: Article
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In Volumes 2 and 3 of his Technics and Time series, Bernard Stiegler advances a complex series of arguments concerning the relationship between philosophy and film, and thinking and film more generally. This is done in the context, and fulfillment, of his broader project in this ongoing series. This broader project is to respond to one of the oldest and most persistent, indeed founding gestures, of Western philosophical thought, namely the exclusion of a consideration of technics and technique from the core of metaphysical questioning. Stiegler’s response is dedicated to reestablishing the basis for philosophical and critical thinking at a moment when such thinking is facing its potential demise in what he terms the “hyperindustrial” epoch. This paper unpacks and evaluates the critical potential of Stiegler's argument.
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