Artifice and art itself – these are the two meanings of the Greek word technē. Technē is, according to French Continue reading
If the Library of Babel is a library that is all libraries, then what if there was a book that is all books? What if, in the pages of a book, one could find infinity itself?
“Zarathustra has changed, Zarathustra has become a child, Zarathustra is an awakened one; what do you now want among the Continue reading
The Voynich Manuscript dates to the early 15th Century and it is believed to have come from northern Italy. It Continue reading
Even since the days before the Edward Snowden revelations there have been comparisons made between the powers of the NSA Continue reading
In the second half of his most famous work, Technics and Time, 1, ‘Prometheus’s Liver’, Bernard Stiegler analyses the Greek myth Continue reading
…Marco’s answers and objections took their place in a discourse already proceeding on its own, in the Great Khan’s Continue reading
‘There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment. How often, or Continue reading