Apuntes Filosóficos 20 (39) (2011)

Jorge Oscar Portilla
Universidad Metropolitana
Se intenta en este trabajo identificar y describir de algún modo, en caso de que exista, la contracultura digital de nuestro tiempo. Con tal propósito en mente, en primer lugar, el autor esboza sus presuposiciones con respecto la cultura, la tecnología digital, la cultura digital y la contracultura, bajo las ópticas que imponen la naturaleza de este artículo. Digital Culture and Counter-Culture: an Essay It is attempted in this work to identify and to describe somehow, in case it exists, the digital counterculture of our time. With such a purpose in mind, first of all, the author sketches his presuppositions regarding culture, digital technology, digital culture and counterculture, under the optics that imposes the nature of this article
Keywords contracultura digital  Culture  Digital Counterculture  Digital Technology  Digital Culture  cultura  contracultura  tecnología digital  cultura digital  Counterculture
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