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Media archaeology as the poetics of obsolescence
The “felt need of reason” in Kant’s Was heisst : sich im Denken orientieren?
In his text “Was heisst: sich im Denken orientieren?” Kant takes the risk of stressing the role of feeling in rational faith. There is a risk involved here because feeling is at the very center of the thesis he opposes: ...
Is there a digital archivist in the room? : the preservation of musique mixte
Over the past decade, the field of musique mixte/mixed music preservation grew separate from the digital preservation research (and practice) community. This paper presents potential preservation directions for this ...
Liberal neutrality : a re-evaluation : périodes de discussion ; Montréal, Canada, 1-3 mai 2008
(Université de Montréal. Centre de recherche en éthique, 2008-05-15)
This is the audio recording of all discussion sessions of the International Conference on the Re-evaluation of Liberal Neutrality organized by CRÉUM, Montreal May 1-3 2008. (The conference announcement is at http://www.c ...
Dark waters : spotlight on immersion
This paper combines several empirical studies and some theoretical research to shed some light on the dark, undefined waters in which we plunge when we are “immersed”. Immersion, across all media, comes in three different ...
Health and Literacy: The Mini-Med School and the Literacy Foundation Working Together to Reach Native Children
The Mini-Med School (MMS) aims to motivate Native children to stay in school, introduce them to the health professions and encourage them to have healthy living practices. As reading skills play a major role in student ...
The Character as Subjective Interface
(Springer International Publishing, 2016-10-22)
This paper re-frames virtual interactive characters as " subjective interfaces " with the purpose of highlighting original affordances for interactive story-telling through conversation. This notion is theoretically unpacked ...