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Read online Brainframes: Mente, Tecnologia, Mercato.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Brainframes: Mente, Tecnologia, Mercato Gli uomini si adattano molto velocemente ai cambiamenti cosi l introduzione della televisione dei computer delle banche dati e stata accettata come fenomeno naturale senza pensare a quale possa essere la loro influenza sulla nostra psiche L impatto e l influenza della tecnologia sullo sviluppo della psiche e sui modelli della realt by Derrick de Kerckhove, B. Bassi

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McLuhan neu lesen : kritische Analysen zu Medien und Kultur im 21. Jahrhundert, The Alphabet And The Brain: The Lateralization Of Writing, La rete ci render stupidi?, KODY McLUHANA topografia nowych mediw, The Architecture of Intelligence, Skin of Culture: Investigating the New Electronic Reality, La mente accresciuta, Connected Intelligence: The Arrival of the Web Society, Brainframes: Mente, Tecnologia, Mercato, Un mondo condiviso
No description available, This is a bold vision of the electronic media and the nature of reality in a world increasingly wired to technology It proposes and explores concepts such as whether democracy is outmoded and must be redesigned to reflect how technology affects power structures whether the electronic media have extended our psychology as well as our nervous systems and our bodies whether art must redress the balance with science and reclaim technology and whether electronic media are reversing the effects of language literacy and the alphabet and whether this is a good thing, This book is a consequence of the suggestion that a major key to ward understanding cognition in any advanced culture is to be found in the relationships between processing orthographies lan guage and thought In this book the contributors attempt to take only the first step namely to ascertain that there are reliable con stancies among the interactions between a given type of writing and specific brain processes And among the possible brain processes that could be investigated only one apparently simple issue is being explored namely whether the lateralization of reading and writing to the right in fully phonemic alphabets is the result of formalized but essentially random occurrences or whether some physiological determinants are at play The original project was much more complicated It began with Derrick de Kerckhove s attempt to establish a connection between the rise of the alphabetic culture in Athens and the development of a theatrical tradition in that city from around the end of the th century B c to the Roman conquest The underlying assumption first proposed in a conversation with Marshall McLuhan was that the Greek alphabet was responsible for a fundamental change in the psychology of the Athenians and that the creation of the great tragedies of Greek theatre was a kind of cultural response to a con dition of deep psychological crisis, A refreshingly unconventional look at architecture and the World Wide Web Using Vitruvius classical text De Arquitectura as a starting point De Kerckhove begins a journey into the exciting world of the Internet On the one hand he explores the architecture of this revolutionary medium on the other he considers the wide ranging opportunities which the IT world offers for architectonic design revealing how this new medium for communication is as much based on tradition as on innovation Derrick de Kerckhove is the Director of the McLuhan Institute and Professor at the University of Toronto His research into the effects of innovative technology on human communication of new media on traditional culture have gained worldwide recognition