quinta-feira, agosto 07, 2003

Anne Galloway | Resonances & Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing & the City (Draft)

Anne Galloway | Resonances & Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing & the City (Draft): "Post-structural thought in the humanities and social sciences, and especially that of Deleuze and Guattari, shifted the ground of study from interior/exterior dichotomies toward what might be called the 'relational' and notions of decentred subjectivity. This move focuses attention on the space in-between subjects and therefore not on any particular subject; in other words, the space of subjectless subjectivities where 'the product is the process' (Bains, 2002: 112) and full accounting, or representation, becomes impossible"

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