Essays on Cognition and Community
Mobile telephony constitutes a new sort of challenge to philosophy, and indeed to the humanities. The mobile telephone is a machine which corresponds to deep, primordial human communicational urges. The term “mobile information society” needs to be reconsidered. Mobile communications point to a future which offers a wealth of knowledge, not just of information, and promises to reestablish, within the life of modern society, some of the features formerly enjoyed by genuine local communities.
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Mobile Kommunikation | Handys | Gesellschaft | Philosophie
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