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193 . I N D E X actuality. See possibility Adorno, Theodor, 9, 124 Allison, Henry, 27, 176 almost nothing, 16–18 alpha waves. See brainwaves alterity. See otherness Andre, Carl, 13–14 “applied neuroscience,” 8, 98 Arendt, Hannah, 1 art object, the: automatic production of, 24, 39, 43; Croce on, 32–35, 36–37; and idea, 14–15, 16, 23, 123–24; Kant on, 27, 28 autocorrect, 93–94 automation, 93–94 automatism, 75–77 avant-garde, 18–19 Bailey, Derek, 40–41 Barth, John, 16 Beckett, Samuel, 15–16, 18 Being John Malkovich, 145 Benjamin, Walter, 33, 156 Bernhard, Thomas, 70, 180n21 Birds, The, 105 body: bypassing of the, 20, 42, 46, 78, 93; remote control over another’s, 128–29, 131, 135, 142, 145 Borges, Jorge Luis, 19, 154–55, 172n22 Bostrom, Nick, 180n21 brain–computer interface (BCI): and art, 10–11, 24, 26, 38–43; commercial applications of, 5, 6, 89–90, 97; domestic applications of, 90–91; history of, 3–6; and intellectual intuition, 9, 11, 43, 45–48, 60–61; for music, 11, 21–23, 42, 78; and reality testing, 91, 94–95 brain–computer music interface (BCMI). See brain–computer interface Brainet, 130–31, 132, 137–38 Brainstorm, 142, 144, 162–63 brain-to-brain interface (BBI), 3, 12, 37, 125–32, 137–38, 140, 148, 157 brainwaves, 4–7, 8, 20–21, 39–40, 97. See also brain–computer interface; EEG Brassier, Ray, 84, 86 Cage, John, 17–19, 172–73n22 Cartesian theater, 101 causality: as category, 62; and free will, 71–73, 77, 134–35; and Nachträglichkeit, 109–10; and synchronicity, 114, 115–19, 122; and teleiopoesis, 155, 157 Clark, Andy, 9, 35–36, 37, 42 cognitive imaging, 7–8, 11, 23–25, 26, 60, 78, 102, 132, 142 194 I N D E X . cognitive science, 70, 121, 178n52, 188n45 conceptual art, 13–14, 16–17, 32–33 consciousness, 70; deconstruction of, 136, 139; flux of, 49, 54, 105–6, 187n42; Nietzsche on, 137–41; privacy of, 137; science of, 100–102, 121; speed of, 98 creatio ex nihilo, 60, 61, 78–79, 118 creative process, the, 13–14, 15–16; Croce on, 29–30, 31, 33–37; Kant on, 25–28; as synchronicity, 123–25 creativity, human, 2, 46–47, 59–61, 67 Croce, Benedetto, 10, 11; on the art object, 32, 34–35, 36; and conceptual art, 32–33; and embodied cognition, 36–37; and idealism, 123–24; and improvisation, 33–35; on intuition as expression, 29–30, 36, 136; on the medium, 35–37; on nonartists, 31–32; on technical skill, 31–32; on translation, 30–31 cybernetics, 1–2 data mining, 99, 103 death: experience of, 162–63; as ground of responsibility, 158–60; as most and least proper, 163–64, 167; of the other, 160–62; overcoming of, 190–91n83 Deleuze, Gilles, 29 delimit (Derrida), 17 Derrida, Jacques: on autoaffection, 136, 139; on death, 158, 161–64; on the frame, 18; on Freud, 92, 109–10; on I and other, 145, 148–52, 156–57, 166–68; on the ideality of the archive, 33; on the law, 74; on Levinas, 148–49; on the secret self, 165–66; on teleiopoesis, 152–57, 166–67; on telepathy, 12, 133, 150–52; on thought and language, 136 desire: automatic realization of, 2, 70, 90–91, 96, 102–4, 133; Freud on, 11, 87–88, 92; operationalization of, 94, 98. See also wish-fulfillment Dewan, Edmond, 3–5, 20 Dewey, John, 14, 25, 35, 37 digital media, 37–38, 96–97, 98–99 direct communication, 12, 125, 127–28, 130, 131–33, 136; of artistic ideas, 14, 20, 28, 37; of feelings, 127, 142; impossibility of, 149–50, 151–52. See also telepathy divine insight, 10, 73, 76–77, 133–34, 165 Dreyfus, Hubert, 70 Dr. Mabuse, 135 Duchamp, Marcel, 14 Dyson, Freeman, 127, 132 ECoG, 6 EEG, 3–8, 21–23, 39, 90, 97, 128, 129 enhancement. See human enhancement event, the: coincidence with thought, 9, 23, 40, 43, 60, 70, 91–92; of creation, 61, 71, 105, 109; of synchronicity, 118–19, 120, 124, 125, 166; of teleiopoesis, 153; of telepathy, 132 event-related potentials, 4, 8, 22 evoked potentials. See event-related potentials Experimental Music, 18–19 expression. See creative process, the; Croce, Benedetto Facebook, 91, 98, 127 facticity, 1, 68–69, 82–85, 122 Fichte, J. G., 2, 46, 66, 69, 175, 176 finitude, overcoming of, 1, 2, 78–79, 94–95, 110, 145...

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9781452956442
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9781517903329
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1038717089
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240
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2018-06-11
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English
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