Tag Archives: Emma Norris

How do we know what is real?

“To celebrate my success, they take me to the “restaurant”, where the maitre’d shows me to a table in a luxurious country club setting – lots of polished wood and an extensive menu.”Two women” come over and ask if they … Continue reading

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Embodied

This blog focuses on the key concepts of mnemotechnology and thought control, as introduced in Stiegler’s ‘Anamnesis and Hypomnesis: Plato as the first thinker of the proletarianisation’ and Pamoukaghlian’s  ‘Mind Games: Science’s Attempts at Thought Control’ (2011).  Thought control is … Continue reading

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Media ecologies

When first introduced to the term ‘ecologies’ my thoughts immediately turned to the natural environment. This in turn conjured the image of being approached by an overzealous Greenpeace activist on the street. However, engaging with the week three literature has … Continue reading

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