Foundations of Science 18 (1):155-158 (2013)

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In this reply to Robrecht Vanderbeeken’s essay ‘The Screen as an In-Between’ questions are raised concerning the three distinctive effects the authors attributes to contemporary audiovisual media—eclipsing, interpassivity and truth procedure—and argued that they fail to highlight the specificity of the new media referred to
Keywords Real  Reality  Screen  Interpassivity  Eclipsing
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