Bernard Stiegler: Memories of the Future

Bernard Stiegler

Memories of the Future
 
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ISBN13:9781350410442
ISBN10:1350410446
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:264 pages
Size:234x156 mm
Language:English
Illustrations: 10 bw illus
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Honouring the memory of the late Bernard Stiegler, this edited collection presents a broad spectrum of contributions that provide a complex and coherently articulated image of Stiegler's thought which reached beyond the boundaries of academic, artistic and experimental techno-scientific enclaves where it had been originally received.

Stiegler's philosophical work encompassed theorization, social diagnosis, planning, practical and territorial experimentation, politics, and aesthetics. In its wake, the essays in this volume celebrate and explore the wealth of this multi-dimensional legacy. They examine the conditions of human life in general, its foundational intermittence, and carry forward Stiegler's post-phenomenological unfolding of the distinctive spatio-temporalities that weave together the epoch we call 'present'. Engaging closely with Stiegler's original impetus for the creation of technologies of care, as well as of communities of knowledge and artistic practice,
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Acknowledgements

Introduction: The Invitation of Memory, Bart Buseyne, Georgios Tsagdis & Paul Willemarck

Part I. In Memoriam: Bernard Stiegler
1. Noble Neganthropologist: Remembering Bernard Stiegler (1 April 1952 - 5 August 2020), Pieter Lemmens
2. Stiegler, Melancholy, Negativity (Funeral Song for Bernard), Jean-Luc Nancy
3. Just This, Written just Here and just Now, by just This Individual in just This Mood, Daniel Ross

Part II. Complexities: Caring to Believe
4. Care as Invention, Ana?s Nony
5. Against Simplification: The Intermittence of Life, Gerald Moore
6. Stiegler's Hand: Tertiary Retentions and the Belief of Reason, Paul Willemarck

Part III. Thinking Différance: Life, Technics, Epochality
7. Negentropy and Différance: Stiegler's Memories of the Future, Georgios Tsagdis
8. Where There is No World and No Epoch: Bernard Stiegler's Thinking of the Entropocene, Erich Hörl
9. Différance and Epochality: Stiegler's Tours, Donovan Stewart

Part IV. Creative Organologies: Works of Invention
10. Philosophy through Acting, Bart Buseyne
11. Taking Care of Digital Technologies, Vincent Puig
12. Plaine Commune, Contributive Learning Territory, Maël Montévil
13. Towards a Bifurcation: Internation and Interscience in the 21st Century, Anne Alombert
14. A Schole for the Thunberg Generation, Victor Chaix
15. Another Social Network is possible!, Harry Halpin & Geert Lovink

Part V. Echoes: Individuating Art
17. Mnemotechnics, Echo, and the Discrete Voice, Mischa Twitchin
18. Bernard Stiegler's Love of Music, Susanna Lindberg

Part VI. An Unfinished Conversation
19. Ontological Difference, Technological Différance and Semantic Difference: The Problem of a Decentered Reconstruction of Philosophy after 'Deconstruction', Jean-Hugues Barthélémy

Notes on Contributors