Paul Virilio

1st Edition

Ian James

Routledge
Published July 25, 2007
Reference - 160 Pages
ISBN 9780415359641 - CAT# RU59643
Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers

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Summary

Paul Virilio is a challenging and original thinker whose work on technology, state power and war is increasingly relevant today. Exploring Virilio's main texts from their political and historical contexts, and case studies from contemporary culture and media in order to explain his philosophical concepts, Ian James introduces the key themes in Virlio's work, including:

  • speed
  • virtualization
  • war
  • politics
  • art.

As technological and scientific innovations continue to set the agenda for the present and future development of culture, communications, international economy, military intervention and diverse forms of political organization, Virilio's unique theoretical and critical insights are of enormous value and importance for anyone wishing to understand the nature of modern culture and society.

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