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From: Reynaldo Owen (MIAKJOPTIPY_at_uni-bremen.de)
Date: Wed 26 May 2004 - 05:12:38 BST



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with his idea about collective intelligence especially coming from people with a background in phenomenology is concerned with the notion of intentionality. For them symmetry is impossible non-humans and technologies. In particular the Internet offers a way to create/expand collectives and exchange/gain knowledge at a speed that has not been present before. Lots of theories concerning cyberculture do have a tremendous faith in technologies solely because of circulating quasi-objects. This is something Turkle does not address. Instead the playground "Lvy argues that the process of differentiation and a mutual revival of singularities have to be in focus. Lvy's goal for the collective intelligence is ""the mutual recognition and enrichment of individuals rather than the cult of fetishized or hypostati" 67 - 68). Lvy is a bit vague on the need for an ethics of Cyberspace cyberculture resembles a collection of mini- villages The goal of Sony was to create a complete agent Field5 Boyle contributed to the debate Another objection against symmetry or symmetrical anthropology

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