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· 295 · abductive logic, 213–14 “absolute beginning” of technical objects, 75–76 abstract time: synchronization of, 177–78 ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation , and durability) principles, 140–42 Adams, Rod, 238–40 aesthetics: transductive logic and, 190–93 “Against Digital Ontology” (Floridi), 21–23 “Age of World Picture, The” (Heidegger), 103–5 Agre, Philip, 151, 175–78, 267n97 Albert the Great, 122–24 Alethia (revealing): Heidegger’s discussion of, 100–102, 225–26 Alexander, Christopher, 61–62 algorithms: human materialized network and, 27; synthesis and, 235–38 alienation: associated milieu and, 249–52; reticulation and convergence and, 35–39 Alien Phenomenology (Bogost), 18 Allen, James, 178–80, 269n52 “already there”: Stiegler’s concept of, 147–49;topologicaltimeand,180–82 “Analytical Language of John Wilkins, The” (Borge), 79 anexactness: Deleuze’s concept of, 193 Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR), 52 anode: evolution of, 13–14, 160–61 apodicticity, 206–9, 233–35 apothantic logic: Husserl’s formal ontology and, 88 Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), 67–73 apprehension: Heidegger’s discussion of, 229–31 Aquinas, Thomas, 97, 122–24, 275n24 Aristotle: on being and objects, 5–6; digital objects and philosophy of, 2, 102–5; Heidegger’s discussion of, 100–102; hylomorphism and philosophy of, 60–61, 166–67; on logic, 193–94; ontology of, 24–25, 76, 78–79; relations theory and, 41, 109, 121–24; substance–accident pairing of, 125–27 ars characteristica: Leibniz’s concept of, 135 artificial intelligence (AI): embodiment theory and, 151–54; Heidegger’s influence on, 267n97, 276n61; knowledge representation and, 59–60, 82–83; ontology and, 85–86; Resource Definition Framework (RDF)and,71–73;timeand,269n52; transcendentalism and, 233–35 Index 296 INDEX artificial objects: milieu for, 1 associated milieu: digital object and, viii; Simondon’s concept of, 14–18, 221–23, 248–52 “As We May Think” (Bush), 171–72 atomism: Fredkin’s discussion of, 20–21; of Hume, 125–27; phenomenal appearance and, 151–54; of Russell, 125, 134–36; world and milieu and, 142–45 Auroux, Sylvain, xi automatic navigation, 137–38 automation technology, vii–viii; logic and, 194; Simondon–Husserl critique of, 215–17 automatism, vii–viii autopoiesis, 42 Avicenna, 96–97, 122–24, 264n32, 275n24 Babbage, Charles, 154 Bachelard, Gaston, 4, 24; orders of magnitude and, 29–32 Bachelard, Suzanne, 88, 119 Bachman, Charles, 25, 137–38 Bains, Paul, 143–44, 265n49 Basic Problems of Phenomenology, The (Heidegger), 112 Begriffschrift system, 195–98 Being: digital objects in relation to, 4–5; Heidegger’s discussion of, 98, 100–102, 133–34, 143–44, 225–26 Being and Time (Heidegger), 16–18, 104–5; clock time in, 175–78; disruption of care in, 246–47; logic discussed in, 224–26; relations theory in, 117–18, 137; sign and signification in, 114–16; spatiality and temporality in, 110–13, 143–45, 165–67; temporal synthesis and metaphysics and, 231–33; topological time in, 180–83 being-in-the-world: detachment of objects and, 105, 262n44; language and time and, 227–28; relations theory and, 118, 133–34; transductive logic and, 190 Bergson, Henri, 179 Berners-Lee, Tim, x, 26, 42–43; global mind concept of, 51, 90–91; information systems and, 172; on language of logic, 195; philosophical engineering and, 252; principle of least power and, 62; sense and reference on web and, 198–200; on universality, 60, 67–68 Berns, Thomas, xi big data: relational databases and, 138 binary systems: of Leibniz, 18–19 Boethius, 122 Bogost, Ian, 18 Bontemps, Vincent, x Boole, George, 195 Borges, Jorge Luis, 79–80 Bouvet, Joachim, 19 British empiricism, 124; Humean atomism and, 125; skepticism of substance in, 7–11 Brower, Jeffrey, 123, 264n32 Bryant, Levi, 18 Bush, Vannevar, 171–72 Canguilhem, George, 144–45 Cantwell Smith, Brian, 37, 40, 109, 149; computational ontology of, 89–93; foundational metaphysics and, 97–98, 102–5; foundational ontology of, 77–78; on origin of objects, 93–96; on subject–object separation , 262n44 care (Sorge): digital milieu and structure of, 248–52; Heidegger’s concept of, 37–39, 143, 227–28, 246–47, 274n21 INDEX 297 Carnap, Rudolf, 89 Cartesian Meditations (Husserl), 205–9 Cartesian paradigm: artificial intelligence and, 151–54, 276n61; orders of magnitude and, 29–32; recursive function and, 237–38; topological time and, 181–82 Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): HTML and, 65 categorial intuition: formal ontology and, 85 categories: Aristotle’s dilemma of the relative and, 121–24; Kant’s concept of, 5–6, 34, 90–93, 131–34; of relations , Hume’s development of, 130...

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9781452949932
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9780816698912
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OCLC
946038786
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336
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2016-04-10
Language
English
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