The program, originally titled “Menselijke Natuur En Ideale Maatschappij” (“Human Nature and Ideal Society”), is complete. It took place in November 1971 at the Eindhoven University of Technology, in Nederland, as part of the “International Philosophers Project”. It was recorded and broadcast by the Dutch National Television.
On voit bien quelle mépris s’attire la critique qui n’est pas contestation d’elle même, mais exercice tranquille d’un pouvoir outrecuidant et vain. Autrefois, pendant les fêtes populaires, il arrivait qu’on sacrifiât en effigie les rois ou les chefs pour racheter, par un sacrifice au moins idéal (quelquefois sanglant), l’abus que représente toute la souveraineté. Le […]
The old social democracy had announced the slogan Knowledge is Power as a practical and reasonable prescription. It did not think too much about it. The message was simply that one has to learn something real so that life will be better later. A petit-bourgeois belief in schooling had dictated the slogan. This belief is […]
When I’m really interested in a photo or an illustration and credit is missing ―as it is often the case―, I’ll take the time to try to track down information about the original creator. Reblogging ―with or without adequate source attribution― is an important function in that it allows for content to circulate and recirculate, to be discovered for the first time and rediscovered again. That being said, I still strongly believe that it’s preferable to give proper credit where credit is due. But I guess, as it was once suggested to me, that source attribution isn’t everyone’s cup of tea
• By Philippe Theophanidis on March 18, 2012 ― Published in Communication, Technology | Tagged: aggregation, attribution, author, authority, authorship, credit, curation, digital curation, information, Internet, power, reblogging, source attribution