Inflamed Poetics: Doing Philosophy in the Age of Technology
Using the old Nietzchean style of aphoristic rhetoric, Inflamed Poetics exposes three main predicaments of our ‘post’ postmodern times – that of memory, imagination, and terrorism.
||Imagination, Memory, Recursive mathematics, Imaginary numbers, The Big Bang, Techne, Multiple dimensionalities,, Time as series of time, curved time, speed, Einstein, Gödel, The war machine, Fascism / anti-fascist poetics, Ethics/aesthetic/methodologies/epistemologies, Terror/terrorism, Rhizomatic, Sexualities, racisms, ethnicities, nationalisms, homophobia
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 7, pp.39-48.
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Professor Johnny Golding, Ph.D. holds the Chair as Professor of Philosophy in the Visual Arts and Communication Technologies (University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, London). She is the Programme Director for the post-graduate MA/Ph.d. in Media Arts, a taught research programme which draws on multi-media, critical studies, the fine arts, music composition, architecture and design. [www.gre.ac.uk/~gs04]. Her books, articles and videos investigate, primarily, the media arts in terms of their poetics, sensualities, visual/acoustic principles and reconfigurations of cultural time/speed/politics. Her latest book: Dirty Theory (London: Routledge, 2006). Born in New York; educated University of Maryland, University of Toronto, and Cambridge. Currently lives in London.
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