The Dimension of Sound in Flusser

Goh, Annie
May 2014
Flusser Studies;2014, Issue 17, p1
Academic Journal
An essay about a revised reading of the text "Crisis of Linearity" is presented. The author provides an overview about the text, which is given by philosopher Vilem Flusser in 1988 in Bern, Switzerland. She shares that the text is still as a strong and relevant media-philosophical hypothesis. Also tackled is the efforts of Dietmar Kamper, who inaugurated the International Flusser Lecture series in 1999, to search for a way to reconcile Flusser's model of abstraction with his own approach.


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