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    Simondon and the technologies of control: on the individuation of the dividual. D.' & Pierluca Amato - 2019 - Culture, Theory, and Critique 60 (3-4):300-314.
    Can Simondon’s thought provide us with the tools to consider the evolution of computational technologies of power in their intersection with capitalism’s digital turn? To answer to this question, this essay projects a line of interaction between Simondon’s and Deleuze’s philosophies in order to enable the comprehension of the technical means through which twentyfirst-century domination is exerted in the form of digital modulation. The description of this form of domination must take into account the relation between topology and individuation and (...)
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    Blockchain as a medium for transindividual collective.Juho Rantala - 2019 - Culture, Theory, and Critique 60 (3–4):1–14.
    Today, digitalisation is penetrating every corner of our mundane life, thus affecting our being in manifold ways. In spite of this, digital technologies provide us with paths towards advancing humanity. One way to model the possibilities of the new technologies in a sustainable way is to frame them in light of Gilbert Simondon’s philosophy and especially his understanding of ‘transindividuality’, which is the foundation for a robust, evolving collective. The transindividual relation, mediated by technical objects, is the possibility of a (...)
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