Monthly Archives: March 2013
Philosophers of Information, Fifth Workshop of PI, University of Hertfordshire, 27-28 March, 2013. I have just arrived back from the Fifth Workshop on the Philosophy of Information that was organized for the Society for the Philosophy of Information. All of the presentations were brilliant and I learned a great deal about information from multiple perspectives, […]
Translation – “Is not all creation a transgression?” – Gilbert Simondon Interview (1983) “Save the Technical Object”
SAVE THE TECHNICAL OBJECT Interview with Gilbert Simondon Translated by Andrew Iliadis The following is an English translation of a 1983 interview that Simondon gave to the French magazine Esprit (Esprit 76:147-52. 04/1983). [Simondon makes references to a variety of individuals here, including Ducrocq, Maxwell, DuMont, Illich, Stephenson, and Faraday. Albert Ducrocq was a French […]
These are the images contained in Simondon’s L’Invention dans les techniques: Cours et conférences (Seuil, 2005). It is a solo collection and is not part of the three volume series released by Editions de La Tansparence. These texts are based on courses and conferences dating from 1965 – 1976.