[...After the Media]: News from the Slow-Fading Twentieth by Siegfried Zielinski

By Siegfried Zielinski

The media are actually redundant. In an summary of advancements spanning the earlier seventy years, Siegfried Zielinski’s [ . . . After the Media] discusses how the technique of technology-based verbal exchange assumed a systemic personality and the way conception, paintings, and feedback have been operative during this method. Media-explicit pondering is contrasted with media-implicit proposal.

Points of touch with an arts point of view contain a reinterpretation of the artist Nam June Paik and an advent to the paintings of Jake and Dinos Chapman. The essay ends with appeals. In an summary of an exact philology of tangible issues, Zielinski indicates probabilities of how issues might continue after the media.

With a vade mecum opposed to psychopathia medialis within the type of a manifesto, the booklet advocates for a contrast to be made among on-line lifestyles and offline being.

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And a heretic. He wants to provoke people into stepping out of their comfort zone, and he seeks a practical solution to the problem of the capability of thinking in other entities besides humans. It is for this reason that he develops the Imitation Game, a role playing game that is later named after him. The Turing Test shows that the performance of a machine expressed in language is in some measure comparable to the performance of a human expressed in language. A machine that can work as intelligently as a person and express itself can be called intelligent.

The starting point for each of Barthes’ reflections is a fragment of media material that the author had fished out of the continually flowing production line of mass culture — a newspaper article or photo, a cinema film or theater performance, an exhibition. 30 Although this text by the student of Canguilhem and Merleau-Ponty has an enormous influence on philosophy in postwar France, particularly on Gilles Deleuze, it is not available in German translation until 2012. Three paradigms in particular underpin Simondon’s philosophical reflections on technology: technical objects like machines must be understood as heterogeneous constructions; technical objects have to be conceived in terms of ensembles; and technical objects are not fixed once and for all but are subject to continual change.

Anscombe, trans. M. Anscombe, Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics [1956], revised edition, Cambridge MA, MIT Press, 1983. 36 What Turing means epistemologically by intelligence in his works remains unclear. Conceptual precision is not the center of his epistemological interest. He is not a philosopher but a mathematician and an engineer. And a heretic. He wants to provoke people into stepping out of their comfort zone, and he seeks a practical solution to the problem of the capability of thinking in other entities besides humans.

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