During their philosophical careers, both Vilém Flusser and Jean Baudrillard have developed a unique and quite singular perspective about the broader impact of technology and media on humans, from an anthropological and sociological point of view. Despite they shared a general framework and a number of hypothesis, there are several differences – namely in regard to code and simulation – which could be interesting underline. The aim of the article is precisely to reassess the intellectual and philosophical relation between these two major figures of contemporary media theory.

Gli specchi invertiti. Vilém Flusser e Jean Baudrillard / Restuccia, Francesco. - In: LO SGUARDO. - ISSN 2036-6558. - ELETTRONICO. - :23(2017), pp. 223-237.

Gli specchi invertiti. Vilém Flusser e Jean Baudrillard

Francesco Restuccia
2017

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During their philosophical careers, both Vilém Flusser and Jean Baudrillard have developed a unique and quite singular perspective about the broader impact of technology and media on humans, from an anthropological and sociological point of view. Despite they shared a general framework and a number of hypothesis, there are several differences – namely in regard to code and simulation – which could be interesting underline. The aim of the article is precisely to reassess the intellectual and philosophical relation between these two major figures of contemporary media theory.
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