The Body of the Flaneur, Adler Guerrier via: http://thefunambulist.net/
what gifts we share with our fellow critters…
“Tristan Thielmann draws paradigmatic parallels between the development of ethnomethodology and media studies by outlining Harold Garfinkel’s theoretical and praxeological contributions to social media research. Based on the analysis of […]
Not a fan of “memes” but other good stuff @: http://www.susanblackmore.co.uk/Research/free%20will.htm
A philosophy of everyday things, Steven Connor Steven Connor just found podacademy and thankful for it, check it out. In the last ten years the humanities has become obsessed with […]
Becoming attuned: post-phenomenology & embodied methodology, James Ash from the postphenomenology workshop (see bold link above): This paper invites a new form of methodological imaginary based around an emerging style […]
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This is cross-posted at NewAPPS With a provocative title such as this, it is easy to imagine how the rest of the story will go. Philosophy,…
Whatever the great religions offer it is afterlife their people want: Heaven, Paradise, higher reincarnations, together or apart— for these they will love God, or butter Karma. Afterlife. Wherever it […]
0:00 – Best Foot Forward 0:47 – Building Steam with a Grain of Salt 7:25 – The Number Song 12:01 – Changeling” / “Transmission 1 19:51 – What Does Your […]
Too bad Ruskoff mistakenly reduces all of our meaningful modes of making our ways in the world to “narrative”, is anyone else reading 24/7?
Saskia Sassen on finance as capabilities, this emphasis on powers to act (create effects) in the world is most welcome.