This book presents results of an international conference which addressed the interaction of aesthetical and techlogical dimensions within the formation of contemporary society. The contributions discuss the production of time and space, self and nature, individual and society in the image of techlogy. They focus on the productive tensions and convergences between aesthetic and techlogical concepts when implemented in everyday life. The volume contains -- among others -- texts about techlogies of visualisation, the aesthetics of warfare and the design of techlogical lifeworlds.
Reinhard Heil (M.A.), Andreas Kaminski (M.A.), Marcus Stippak (M.A.), Alexander Unger (M.A.) and Marc Ziegler (M.A.) are fellows of the postgraduate college Technisierung und Gesellschaft, Technische Universitat Darmstadt.
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Sociology & Anthropology: Professional
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Alexander Unger, Andreas Kaminiski, Marc Ziegler, Marcus Stippak, Reinhard Heil