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The university should thus also be the place in which nothing is beyond question, not even the current and determined figure of democracy, not even the traditional idea of critique, meaning theoretical critique, and not even the authority of the “question” form, of thinking as “questioning.” That is why I spoke without delay and without disguise of deconstruction. — Jacques Derrida, “The...
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Gabriel Tarde's rediscovery. By Daniel Little,... →
Facebook Is Using You, oh and so's Twitter →
By Lori Andrews, NYT, Feb 4 2012 LAST week, Facebook filed documents with the government that will allow it to sell shares of stock to the public. It is estimated to be worth at least $75 billion. But unlike other big-ticket corporations, it doesn’t have an inventory of widgets or gadgets, cars or phones. Facebook’s inventory consists of personal data — yours and mine. …
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Jacques Rancière's "Althusser's Lesson" (2011)... →
Autonomy, labour and the political economy of... →
Center for Gender Studies of the Department of Social Policy of Panteion University and the European research project MIG@NET invite you to the event titled: «Autonomy, Labour, and the Political Economy of Social Media». Presentations by: Tiziana Terranova - Becoming autonomous? Labour and the political economy of digital social media Dmytri Kleiner — P2P Communism vs Client-Server...
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