01. Partie I - Qu'est-ce que la philosophie

Philosophie, pensée, Système, Etre





 

 01. Dispositif et Instrument

a) Qu'est-ce qu'un dispositif?

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b) L'organon chez Aristote

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Balmer, R. “Whispering Machines.” The Nineteenth century and after: a monthly review 17.97 (1885): 496–499.

Best, Stephen and Sharon Marcus. “Surface Reading: An Introduction.” Representations 108.1 (2009): 1–21. [Web of Science] [Crossref]

Brown, Robert Carlton (Bob). The Readies. Bad Ems: Roving Eye Press, 1930.

Brown, Robert Carlton (Bob), Ed. Readies for Bob Brown’s machine. Cagnes-sur-Mer (A.-M.): Roving Eye Press, 1931.

Bush, Vannevar. “As We May Think.” The Atlantic Monthly 176.1 (1945): 101–108.

Derrida, Jacques. Paper Machine. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2005.

Dumas, Louis. La Bibliotheque des Enfants ou les Premiers Elements des Lettres. Paris: Pierre Simon, 1733.

Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. Einladung zu einem Poesieautomaten. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 2001.

Fiske, Bradley A. Reading Machine. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1922. 1411008.

–. Reading Machine. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1923. 1476290.

Fournier d’Albe, Edmund Edward. “On a Type-Reading Optophone.” Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containging Papers of a Mathematical and Physical Character. 90. 619 (1914): 373–75.

–. Optophone. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1920. 1350954.

Freud, Sigmund. Civilization and its Discontents. New York: Norton, 1962.

Gehlen, Arnold. Der Mensch. Seine Natur und seine Stellung in der Welt. Wiesbaden: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1978.

Grandière, Marcel. “Louis Dumas et le système typographique, 1728–1744.” Histoire de l’éducation 81 (1999): 35–62.

Kittler, Friedrich A. Discourse Networks 1800/1900. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1990.

Krass, Stephan. Der Rezensionsautomat. München: Fink, 2010.

North, Michael. Camera Works: Photography and the Twentieth-Century Word. Oxford, New York: Oxford UP, 2005.

Pressman, Jessica. “Machine Poetics and Reading Machines: William Poundstone’s Electronic Literature and Bob Brown’s Readies.” American Literary History 23.4 (2011): 767–794. [Crossref] [Web of Science]

Röder, Johann Christoph. “Beschreibung einer Maschine, vermittelst deren man den Kindern die Buchstaben und das Lesen nicht nur weit leichter, sondern auch geschwinder, als auf die gewöhliche Weise beybringen kan.” (“Description of a machine, which not only allows for a far easier but also quicker method to teach children letters and reading than the usual way of teaching does”) Hannoverisches Magazin. 57 (Friday, July 17, 1767): 897–906.

Schuessler, Jennifer. “The Godfather of the E-Reader.” The New York Times. Sunday Book Review. (April 8, 2010). 27.

Woodcroft, Bennet. “A.D. 1714 .... No 395. MILL. Machine for Transcribing Letters.” Appendix to Reference Index of Patents of Invention, Containing Abstracts from such of the early Patents and Signet Bills as Describe the Nature of the Invention, and which Patents have no Enrolled Specifications. London: George Edward Eyre, William Spottiswoode, Great Seal Patent Office, 1855. 49.


 

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 01. Dispositif et Instrument

a) Qu'est-ce qu'un dispositif?

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam rutrum ac justo a mattis. Etiam aliquet tincidunt elit, ac dictum diam commodo eu. Phasellus hendrerit nec diam vitae lobortis. Quisque eleifend non tellus vitae viverra.

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b) L'organon chez Aristote

Praesent ex velit, tincidunt eget placerat eget, interdum eu nibh. Donec facilisis risus ut dui pulvinar, eget posuere ligula condimentum. Phasellus sit amet erat scelerisque, aliquet mi eget, sodales elit. Etiam hendrerit ultrices tincidunt. Morbi iaculis vestibulum justo. Mauris nulla enim, tempor non rutrum et, malesuada non leo. Pellentesque venenatis, tellus a pharetra interdum, lectus arcu sollicitudin mi, quis vestibulum tellus eros in lorem. Praesent ac ipsum sapien. Fusce dictum, urna quis venenatis fermentum, felis leo vehicula dui, eget dapibus magna velit nec elit. Donec vel rhoncus massa. 

 

Accédez à la suite
 

 

Balmer, R. “Whispering Machines.” The Nineteenth century and after: a monthly review 17.97 (1885): 496–499.

Best, Stephen and Sharon Marcus. “Surface Reading: An Introduction.” Representations 108.1 (2009): 1–21. [Web of Science] [Crossref]

Brown, Robert Carlton (Bob). The Readies. Bad Ems: Roving Eye Press, 1930.

Brown, Robert Carlton (Bob), Ed. Readies for Bob Brown’s machine. Cagnes-sur-Mer (A.-M.): Roving Eye Press, 1931.

Bush, Vannevar. “As We May Think.” The Atlantic Monthly 176.1 (1945): 101–108.

Derrida, Jacques. Paper Machine. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2005.

Dumas, Louis. La Bibliotheque des Enfants ou les Premiers Elements des Lettres. Paris: Pierre Simon, 1733.

Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. Einladung zu einem Poesieautomaten. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 2001.

Fiske, Bradley A. Reading Machine. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1922. 1411008.

–. Reading Machine. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1923. 1476290.

Fournier d’Albe, Edmund Edward. “On a Type-Reading Optophone.” Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containging Papers of a Mathematical and Physical Character. 90. 619 (1914): 373–75.

–. Optophone. U. S. P. Office. United States, 1920. 1350954.

Freud, Sigmund. Civilization and its Discontents. New York: Norton, 1962.

Gehlen, Arnold. Der Mensch. Seine Natur und seine Stellung in der Welt. Wiesbaden: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1978.

Grandière, Marcel. “Louis Dumas et le système typographique, 1728–1744.” Histoire de l’éducation 81 (1999): 35–62.

Kittler, Friedrich A. Discourse Networks 1800/1900. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1990.

Krass, Stephan. Der Rezensionsautomat. München: Fink, 2010.

North, Michael. Camera Works: Photography and the Twentieth-Century Word. Oxford, New York: Oxford UP, 2005.

Pressman, Jessica. “Machine Poetics and Reading Machines: William Poundstone’s Electronic Literature and Bob Brown’s Readies.” American Literary History 23.4 (2011): 767–794. [Crossref] [Web of Science]

Röder, Johann Christoph. “Beschreibung einer Maschine, vermittelst deren man den Kindern die Buchstaben und das Lesen nicht nur weit leichter, sondern auch geschwinder, als auf die gewöhliche Weise beybringen kan.” (“Description of a machine, which not only allows for a far easier but also quicker method to teach children letters and reading than the usual way of teaching does”) Hannoverisches Magazin. 57 (Friday, July 17, 1767): 897–906.

Schuessler, Jennifer. “The Godfather of the E-Reader.” The New York Times. Sunday Book Review. (April 8, 2010). 27.

Woodcroft, Bennet. “A.D. 1714 .... No 395. MILL. Machine for Transcribing Letters.” Appendix to Reference Index of Patents of Invention, Containing Abstracts from such of the early Patents and Signet Bills as Describe the Nature of the Invention, and which Patents have no Enrolled Specifications. London: George Edward Eyre, William Spottiswoode, Great Seal Patent Office, 1855. 49.


 

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