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Meaning Production in Digital Humanities
Transcript of Meaning Production in Digital Humanities
Brain = Container
Brain = Computer
Internet = container
Internet = Enlightenment
noise is data
noise is an ore
of texts only
noise is to be deleted
= Internet, gadgets
Engaged Subject - Agent
of Holy texts
as mode of being
Subject vs Object
Sender vs Receiver
Data = bits
Felix Guattari 1977
"on the usual logic... the world of desires and passions leads to nothing in the end, except to the "jamming" of objective cognition to "noise" in the sense that communication theory uses the term... However, ..[by] a different logic, ...rather than abandon them to their apparent irrationality they can be treated as a kind of basic material, as an ore, whose life-essential elements, and particularly those relating to humanity's desires and creative potentialities can be extracted."
"The Selfish gene" (1976)
From the Metaphor of Container to Technologies of Self. Meaning production in Digital Humanities.
|| От метафоры контейнера к технологиям себя. Производство смысла в digital humanities.
Dan Hind: the Enlightenment involves intellectual adulthood and making moral decisions independent of those above us in social, economic or political hierarchies. To do this, our true thoughts must be made available publicly through open access platforms. By contributing one's expertise and knowledge to the public domain, we can "become the authors of our own Enlightenment"
"The Remise Door. Calais"
"...A colloquy of 5 minutes, in such a situation, is worth one of as many ages, with your faces turned towards the street. In the latter case, it is drawn from the objects and occurrences without - when your eyes are fixed upon a dead blank - you draw purely from yourselves."
weather talk, "small talk"