Monday, July 04, 2005


Even though there are many thinkers that devote their time to explore the transforming grounds, one philosopher is making a mark, and that is Albert Borgmann. In his books he takes the transformation seriously and has tried to reflect upon it in such a way that it is not only defined and explained, but a result of a process, of a mechanism, of a human desire. See, especially his book "Technology and the Character of Contemporary Life : A Philosophical Inquiry"

Even the "problem" of file-sharing can be explained by Borgmann's notions of commodification and the device paradigm.

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