From Socrates to Electracy and Beyond Inventions 1--15 On the rhythm of translation and proportionality • • After(:) The Technological Condition Sinfonias I -- XV (The Technics of Time and the Hedgehog) [Book Review]

Derrida Today 5 (1):59-75 (2008)
Executed according to the rhythm and references of Bach's Inventions and Sinfonias, this piece analyzes the times of the technological condition, electracy, and reading as ways to explore invention‘s' (composed, performed, taught, as an invitation to think invention in more than one way). The temporalities of invention(,) of the human and of electracy are played off one another to understand how integrity and priority attempt to contain the technological condition in a limited notion of afterness and how electracy might be begun to be translated in a certain manner
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