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Deleuze was once eager about the computer and the technological. during this collective and decided attempt to discover not just the usefulness of Deleuze in wondering our new electronic and biotechnological destiny but additionally the cutting edge nature of his ideason the subject, individuals spotlight Deleuze's designated negotiation among the geographical regions of philosophy, technological know-how, and paintings and aspect to the expanding dominance of know-how in our daily lives. Essays authored through William Bogard, Abigail Bray, Ian Buchanan, Verena Conley, Ian prepare dinner, Tauel Harper, Timothy Murray, Saul Newman, Luciana Parisi, Patricia Pisters, Mark Poster, Horst Ruthrof, David Savat, Bent Meier SÃ¸rensen, and Eugene Thacker.
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We can say that, today, fifteen years after the publication of Guattari's essay, the creation of new sensibilities, desires and intelligence is everywhere in the making precisely with the help of new media. While new media may have brought about closures through the homogenisation of subjects and created new social inequalities, they also Rh izomes, Smooth Space, Wa r Machi nes 4 1 defy complete control and make possible new alliances at an ever faster rate. 2 The absolute secrecy upon which power depended has become impossible.
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