Philosophie

Maurizio Ferraris

Doc-Humanity

Translated by Sarah De Sanctis

[Doc-Humanity.]

2022. XXII, 343 Seiten.

Reality and Hermeneutics 2

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Die technologische Revolution hat uns in ein neues Ökosystem geführt. Die Natur des Webs zu verstehen, ist der erste Schritt zum Verständnis dieser Revolution, die eine neue Welt, ein neues Kapital und eine neue Menschheit hervorbringt: die Doc-Humanity.
Die technologische Revolution hat uns in ein neues Ökosystem geführt. Die Natur des Webs zu verstehen, ist der erste Schritt zum Verständnis dieser Revolution, die eine neue Welt, ein neues Kapital und eine neue Menschheit hervorbringt: die Doc-Humanity.
Inhaltsübersicht
Prologue: The New World
Instructions for Use
1. Revolution: What is the Web?
1.1. Hysteresis
1.2. A Copernican Revolution
1.3. Solving the Mystery of the Commodity Form
1.4. The Mystery of Labour

2. Revelation: Who are We?
2.1. Foundation: Responsivity
2.2. Supplement: Prosthesis
2.3. Document: Capital
2.4. Monument: Value

3. Speculation: Where Do we Come from?
3.1. Ontology: Recording
3.2. Technology: Iteration
3.3. Epistemology: Alteration
3.4. Teleology: Interruption

4. Transvaluation: Where are we Going?
4.1. Deconstruction: The Other Side of the Hill
4.2. Analysis: Documedia Surplus Value
4.3. Action: The Struggle for Recognition
4.4. Redemption: Webfare
The time has come to stop thinking of the future as a projection of the past. The technological revolution has brought us into a new ecosystem, forcing the questions: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? The Web is the largest recording apparatus humanity has developed, and this explains the importance of the changes it has produced. Although more than one in two individuals do not yet own a cell phone, the number of connected devices is 23 billion: more than three times the world's population. This connectedness produces more socially relevant objects than all the factories in the world – an immense amount of acts, contacts, transactions and traces encoded in 2.5 quintillion bytes. That is why understanding the true nature of the Web is the first step toward understanding the revolution underway, which generates a new world, a new capital, and a new humanity: doc-humanity.
Personen

Maurizio Ferraris Born 1956; Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Turin and president of Labont (Center for Ontology). He is also the director of »Scienza Nuova”, an institute of advanced studies – dedicated to Umberto Eco and uniting the University and the Polytechnic of Turin.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3027-1691

Sarah De Sanctis is an author and translator specialized in contemporary philosophy.

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