Carina Chocano does an amazing job discussing the problematic ways women's stories get told, ranging form how women face objectification and sexualization, to how women always end up in marriages no matter how fierce or strong they seem, to how we glorify youth and innocence and slight playfulness in women and devalue 4. Carina Chocano does an amazing job discussing the problematic ways women's stories get told, ranging form how women face objectification and sexualization, to how women always end up in marriages no matter how fierce or strong they seem, to how we glorify youth and innocence and slight playfulness in women and devalue all other attributes. She discusses an impressive array of pop culture, including in-depth analyses of PLayboy magazine, Flashdance, Trainwreck, Mad Men, Sex and the City, and so much more.
Approaching the question concerning digital being 2. Number and being 2. Aristotle's ontology of number and geometric figure 2. Heidegger's review of Aristotle's thinking on modes of connectedness from discreteness to continuity 2. The crucially important analogy between logos and number for the appropriation of beings: Prelogical access to beings in their being 2.
The essentially 'illogical' nature of time 2. Bridging the gulf between the discrete and the continuous 2. Cartesian rules for an algebra of magnitudes in general as foundation for the modern mathematical sciences 2.
The calculative assault on movement and time through infinitesimal calculus 2. On the antinomy between countable discreteness and the continuum in twentieth-century mathematical foundations Solomon Feferman and Hermann Weyl 2. Time and movement in Aristotle's thinking 3.
The appropriation of the truth of beings, digital interpretation of world-movement and its outsourcing through executable, cybernetic machine-code 3. Digital beings arbitrarily reproducible in the electromagnetic medium 3.
Loss of place in and connectedness of the electromagnetic network 3. The forgetting encouraged by digital code and automated cybernetic control in the robotic age 3. The onto-theological nexus in abstract thinking, cybernetic control and arithmological access to movement and time 4.
Spatiality of the electromagnetic medium 4. Abstraction from bodily experience in cyberspace through reduction of place to numeric co-ordinates 4.
Dreaming in cyberspace 4. Inside and outside the digital electromagnetic medium 4. Spatiality of Dasein with regard to the global electromagnetic medium 4. Digital technology and capital 5. Two exemplary industries at the forefront of the digitization of beings: Globalization driven from afar by the digital casting of being 5.
Does the essence of capital correspond to the essence of technology?stars A whip-smart essay collection about how we portray women in movies, TV shows, magazines, and more, as well as how women learn to internalize and emulate these portrayals.
Farnsworth, Philo T. (8/19/ - 3/11/). US inventor and television pioneer.
From Wikipedia: Many inventors had built electromechanical television systems before Farnsworth's seminal contribution, but Farnsworth designed and built the world's first working all-electronic television system, employing electronic scanning in both the pickup and display devices.
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