• The Inhumanist Manifesto: Expanded Play

    Author(s):
    Gary Hall (see profile)
    Date:
    2017
    Group(s):
    Philosophy
    Subject(s):
    Commons, Continental philosophy, Critical theory, Digital media, Media studies, New media, Piracy, Posthumanism, Scholarly commons
    Item Type:
    Online publication
    Tag(s):
    nonhuman, posthumanities
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6ZG0N
    Abstract:
    'In The Inhumanist Manifesto, Gary Hall writes that “[i]f the inhuman equals the human intertwined with the nonhuman, then the inhumanities are the humanities.” Articulating the latest version of his radical theories on posthumanism, piracy, Marxism, open access and the commons, this bold remix of Hall’s self-proclaimed pirate philosophy details his strategic repositioning of practice-based research as an alternative form of social critique.' This is a longer version of the Media Theory article of the same name, published in the experimental Techne: Art+Research E-Pamphlet series. TECHNE is a practice-based research initiative in the digitally-expanded intermedia arts and writing founded in 2000 by Professor Mark Amerika at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The lab develops innovative research methodologies that lead to the invention of new forms of knowledge associated with intermedia art, writing, performance and scholarly research.
    Notes:
    The version of The Inhumanist Manifesto that appears in Vol.1, No.1 of Media Theory can be found here: http://journalcontent.mediatheoryjournal.org/index.php/mt/article/view/29/24
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    Last Updated:
    2 years ago
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