2009, English, Article edition: Artifactualization: Introducing a new concept. Monnin, Alexandre

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  • Artifactualization: Introducing a new concept.
Author
  • Monnin, Alexandre
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2009
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  • In this paper, we want to briefly introduce a new concept, the dire need of which seems to be dictated by current parallel evolutions seen in technology and in the humanities. As theoretical questions are embedded in concrete objects (what we call “artifactualization”) they're passing from the realm of traditional disciplines to an industrial or hyperindustrial world - as French philosopher Bernard Stiegler puts it. What exactly is artifactualization? Why is it needed? Previous concepts already seem to dwell in the same territory. However, their precise domain of application might call for a broader alternative.
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