Postphenomenology and Media

Postphenomenology and Media

We live in a “mediatized” world where media and technology are changing what it means to be human and how we refer to our environment. “Media” used to be relatively well-defined: books, newspapers, radio, television, … Now they aren’t anymore: they have become increasingly complex, diverse, ubiquitous, enmeshed with our daily lives, invisible, transparent, “seamless” and interactive—all with the shift from analog to digital. Where are media? Everywhere.… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (June 23, 2017)

Collection: Postphenomenology and the Philosophy of Technology

Page count: 294 pages

Language: English

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