Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: The Pleasure of Friction

2020-10-09T08:49:38+02:00

In the webinar ‘The Pleasure of Friction’ Miriam Rasch poses the question how we can resist an increasingly ‘frictionless’  society, filled with smart devices, communicative automation, and ubiquitous surveillance. Moreover, is it possible to do so in a joyful way? If we want to change something in our dealings with technology, it will help if the alternatives have something pleasurable to offer. What can we learn from writers

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: The Pleasure of Friction2020-10-09T08:49:38+02:00

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: “What a strange self!”

2020-10-09T08:43:36+02:00

Do I know myself through and through? Is there a clear distinction between myself and the other? Or am I always somewhat of a stranger to myself, while the other is strangely familiar? During the  upcoming lecture, Femke van Hout will address these questions from the perspective of the philosophy of the body. In sixty minutes, she will discuss four thinkers and artists who challenge the Cartesian division

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: “What a strange self!”2020-10-09T08:43:36+02:00

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: Ethics of human enhancement.

2020-10-09T08:43:47+02:00

Future Based’s ‘Sixty minutes back to the Future’ series is a new series in which we reflect on the bottlenecks and challenges of today’s society, and contemporary issues that have already been addressed by numerous philosophers, artists and scientists: What can we learn about the future by looking at history? The structure of the lectures is as follows: In sixty minutes, an artist, designer, researcher, or scientist

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: Ethics of human enhancement.2020-10-09T08:43:47+02:00

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: Philosophy of the Virus.

2020-10-09T08:42:30+02:00

Future Based’s ‘Sixty minutes back to the Future’ series is a new series in which we reflect on the bottlenecks and challenges of today’s society, and contemporary issues that have already been addressed by numerous philosophers and scientists: What can we learn about the future by looking at history? The structure of the lectures is as follows: In sixty minutes, an artist, designer, researcher, or scientist talks about

Sixty Minutes Back to the Future: Philosophy of the Virus.2020-10-09T08:42:30+02:00
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