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A stunning work of philosophical originality and brilliance.
–Timothy Lenoir, Stanford University

About the Author

Mark B. N. Hansen is Professor of English at the University of Chicago. He is author of New Philosophy for New Media and Embodying Technesis: Technology Beyond Writing and co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Merleau-Ponty.

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academic masturbation March 29 2010
By parker jennings - Published on
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This book is unnecessarily wordy. Throughout the book Hansen flexes his academic lexicon and takes several pages to make a point that could be made in one paragraph with simple language. His target audience seems to be pompous intellectuals. This book is not accessible for artist or students and I found it painful to read.
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Academic contentless twoddle Sept. 6 2010
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Never has a truer word been spoken, I agree with the reviewer below completely - this attrocious book really is absolutly utterly worthless contentless nonsense - avoid like the plague!