Alien Phenomenology Or What It S Like To Be A Thing

Author: Andrew Williams
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ISBN: 9781548317218
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In Alien Phenomenology, or What It's Like to Be a Thing, Ian Bogost develops an object-oriented ontology that puts things at the center of being-a philosophy in which nothing exists any more or less than anything else, in which humans are ...

End Of Phenomenology

Author: Tom Sparrow
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748684859
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They are of signal importance for thinking our current ecological moment and
they may very well destroy us. To try to ... Ian Bogost In his book Alien
Phenomenology; or, What It's Like to Be a Thing Bogost appears to violate one of
the cardinal ...

A Companion To American Art

Author: John Davis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118542495
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His vivid example is an ancient Greek temple, which “structures and
simultaneously gathers around itself ... the world of this ... theorist.28 In Alien
Phenomenology, or What It's Like to Be a Thing (2012), Bogost embraces and
extends Harman's ...

How To Talk About Videogames

Author: Ian Bogost
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ISBN: 9780816699117
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Delving into popular, familiar games like Flappy Birds, Mirror's Edge, Mario Kart, Scribblenauts, Ms. Pac-Man, FarmVille, Candy Crush Saga, Bully, Medal of Honor, Madden NFL, and more, Ian Bogost posits that videogames are as much like ...

Speculative Realism

Author: Professor of Philosophy Levi R (Collin College) Bryant
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748679987
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Alien. Phenomenology. Machines Are Structurally Open and Operationally
Closed While machines draw on inputs or flows upon which to perform their
operations, they ... Rather, they are able to see things that we are not able to see
at all.

Phenomenology And The Holy

Author: Espen Dahl
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
ISBN: 0334043565
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Earlier on in this book, it has already been shown that the everyday harbours
something alien as the phenomenology of the thing and the Other has revealed.
Although the concept 'normality' gives associations such as conformity, ... It is
rather the constant interweaving of normality and anomaly that is of most interest
to him. In the first section, therefore, I will first attempt to outline the fruitfulness of ...

Phenomenology Of Spirit

Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
ISBN: 9788120814738
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Self-consciousness found the Thing to be like itself, and itself to be like a Thing;
i.e. it is aware that it is in itself the ... i.e. it is independent; but it is certain that this
independent object is for it not something alien, and thus it knows that it is in ...

Mermaids And The Production Of Knowledge In Early Modern England

Author: Professor Tara E. Pedersen
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 147244003X
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Travel Literature and the Evolution of the Novel. lexington: University of Kentucky
Press, 1983. Adelman, Janet. The Common Liar: An Essay on Antony and
Cleopatra. ... Bogost, ian. Alien Phenomenology: or What it's Like to Be Works
Cited.

Phenomenology In Japan

Author: A.J. Steinbock
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401726027
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tered; rather, it emerges as such through the encounter of the home with the alien
, through liminal experience. ... sense of a collection like this one, “
Phenomenology in Japan,” and bear on many of the themes explicitly and
implicitly treated by the contributors to this special issue. ... The very same thing
that allows the alien to be encountered as alien (as unfamiliar, as a-typical, and
hence as not home) is ...