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  1. Brown’s Paradox: Speed, Ressentiment and Global Politics.Simon Glezos - 2014 - Journal of International Political Theory 10 (2):148-168.
    This article is an engagement with the effects of speed in global politics through the lens of what it terms “Brown’s Paradox,” Wendy Brown’s insight that, in a radically accelerating world we “feel a greater political impotence than humans may have felt before, even as we occupy a global order more saturated by human power than ever before.” It begins by discussing the two dominant responses to Brown’s Paradox: the first, the neoliberal embrace and valorization of the uncertainty of an (...)
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  • Public Argument in the New Media Ecology: Implications of Temporality, Spatiality, and Cognition.Jayson Harsin - 2014 - Journal of Argumentation in Context 3 (1):7-34.
    This article argues that argumentation studies need to engage contemporary theories of new media technologies and culture in order to understand how public argument is empirically embedded. The article discusses the new media ecology with regard to contemporary scholarship and theory around digital cultural subjectivity and cognition, affect, professional political communication, information overload, diffusion, cybernetics and biopower — all arguably essential to understanding public argument today. It then demonstrates one way of studying popular forms of public argument by analyzing rumor (...)
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  • Fundamentals of Algorithmic Markets: Liquidity, Contingency, and the Incomputability of Exchange.Laura Lotti - 2018 - Philosophy and Technology 31 (1):43-58.
    In light of the structural role of computational technology in the expansion of modern global finance, this essay investigates the ontology of contemporary markets starting from a reformulation of liquidity—one of the tenets of financial trading. Focusing on the nexus between financial and algorithmic flows, the paper complements contemporary philosophies of the market with insights into recent theories of computation, emphasizing the functional role of contingency, both for market trading and algorithmic processes. Considering the increasing adoption of advanced computational methods (...)
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