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Cybernetics Revisited


Cybernetics Revisited
Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 22 Issue 2

Description: This volume is a hybrid collection of essays which explore current critical discourses on possible future developments in cybernetics. It investigates marginal and interstitial areas of cybernetics—conceived as a cybernetics of the third order—theorizing alternative possibilities, opportunities, and threats. Cybernetics become not solely a panacea to all the evils of humanity but also the unpredictable opportunity for new life forms that can be alternatives to current ecologies and hierarchies or that can reveal existing and unexpressed ontological possibilities inherent to nature itself.

Senior Editor: Lanfranco Aceti
Editors: Candice Bancheri, Ashley Daugherty, and Michael Spicher

Reference this volume: Aceti, Lanfranco, et al., eds. Cybernetics Revisited. Cambridge, MA: LEA / MIT Press, 2019.

Published Online: January 15, 2018
Published in Print: To Be Announced
ISBN: Forthcoming
ISSN: 1071-4391
DOI: To Be Announced
Repository: To Be Announced

Acknowledgements: The Leonardo Electronic Almanac is a collaborative effort supported by MIT Press, Leonardo/ISAST, Goldsmiths, KHM, New York University (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development), OCR (Operational and Curatorial Research), and CAC (Contemporary Arts and Cultures) at MIT.

 

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