Literature, Media, Information Systems: Essays
John Johnston's background combines expertise in modern literature, poststructuralist philosophy, and high technology's production. Like Kittler, he draws on historic fact, anecdote, and literature. From this vantage point he explicates the theoretical and practical consequences of Friedrich Kittler's insights into the social and psychological effects of the processes by which metaphor in one medium is made real by another.
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Media Theory After Poststructuralism
Essays by Friedrich A Kittler
Two Draculas Legacy
Four Media and Drugs in Pynchons Second
Trenches Lightning Stars
Six The World of the SymbolicA World
Seven There Is No Software
Eight Protected Mode
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