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Geoffrey Winthrop-Young

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" Kittler and the Media is informed, lucid, and entertaining. Winthrop–Young is a world expert writing in both English and German on the work of Friedrich Kittler and I expect this book to become the English–language Virgil for Kittler′s ′selva oscura′." John Durham Peters, University of Iowa "A key work in contemporary media theory, this study is a step toward readjusting the question of the media in today′s debates. Kittler′s beland of Heideggerian history of Being and Neitzschean genealogy is meticulously retraced. And – even more importantly – Winthrop–Young addresses a fascination with technology, the beloves twentieth–century enemy of philosophy and the humanities." Rudiger Campe, Yale University "Witty, concise and insightful, Kittler and the Media covers the three major phases of Kittler′s career, including Kittler′s recent work on the Greek alphabet, and traces connecting threads through the different phases. Deeply thought through Kittler and the Media covers essential points of media theory in its German and international contexts." Katherine Hayles, Duke University

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Biographie de l'auteur

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