Andrew Feenberg

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Andrew Feenberg
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Andrew Feenberg en 2010.
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Andrew Feenberg (né en 1943), est un philosophe américain de la technique, ancien étudiant d'Herbert Marcuse. Après avoir enseigné aux États-Unis ainsi que dans de nombreuses universités dans le monde, il est aujourd'hui titulaire de la Canadian Research Chair in Philosophy of Technology à la Simon Fraser University de Vancouver. Il est également directeur de programme au Collège International de Philosophie à Paris.

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  • Lukacs, Marx and the Sources of Critical Theory (Rowman and Littlefield, 1981 ; Oxford University Press, 1986
  • Critical Theory of Technology, Oxford University Press, 1991
  • Alternative Modernity, University of California Press, 1995
  • Questioning Technology, Routledge, 1999.
  • Transforming Technology: A Critical Theory Revisited, Oxford University Press, 2002.
  • Heidegger and Marcuse: The Catastrophe and Redemption of History, Routledge 2005.
  • Between Reason and Experience: Essays in Technology and Modernity, MIT Press, 2010.
  • The Philosophy of Praxis: Marx, Lukács and the Frankfurt School, Verso Press, 2014.

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  • "Reification and the Antinomies of Socialist Thought" Telos, Winter 1971, pp. 93–118.
  • "Lukacs and the Critique of 'Orthodox' Marxism." The Philosophical Forum. Volume III, Nos.3-4 (Spring/Summer 1972)
  • "Introduction to the Kosik-Sartre Exchange." Telos 25 (Fall 1975).
  • "Transition or Convergence: Communism and the Paradox of Development." in Technology & Communist Culture: The Socio-Cultural Impact of Technology under Socialism, Frederick J. Fleron Jr. (ed.). Praeger Publishers, New York. (1977)
  • "Technology Transfer and Cultural Change in Communist Societies." Technology and Culture, April 1979, pp. 348–354.
  • "The Bias of Technology" in Marcuse: Critical Theory and the Promise of Utopia, Bergin & Garvey Press, 1987, pp. 225–254.
  • "A User's Guide to the Pragmatics of Computer Mediated Communication," Semiotica, July 1989, pp. 257–278.
  • "The Ambivalence of Technology," Sociological Perspectives, Spring 1990, pp. 35–50
  • "Experiential Ontology: The Origins of the Nishida Philosophy in the Doctrine of Pure Experience," with Yoko Arisaka, International Philosophical Quarterly, June 1990, pp. 173–204.
  • "From Information to Communication: the French Experience with Videotex," in M. Lea, ed., Contexts of Computer-Mediated Communication, Harvester-Wheatsheaf, 1992, pp. 168–187. html
  • "Marcuse or Habermas: Two Critiques of Technology," Inquiry, 39, 1996, pp. 45–70.
  • "Reflections on the Distance Learning Controversy," The Canadian Journal of Communication, vol. 24 (3) 1999, 337-348.
  • "From Essentialism to Constructivism: Philosophy of Technology at the Crossroads," in E. Higgs, D.Strong, and A. Light, eds., Technology and the Good Life. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2000. pp. 294–315.
  • “The Online Community Debate: Citizens or Consumers?” with Maria Bakardjieva, in Community in the Digital Age: Philosophy and Practice, Feenberg and Barney eds., Rowman and Littlefield, 2004, pp. 1–28.
  • "Modernity Theory and Technology Studies: Reflections on Bridging the Gap,” in Modernity and Technology, MIT Press, 2003, pp. 73–104.
  • “The Technical Codes of Online Education,” with Edward Hamilton, Technē, Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, Fall 2005, 9:1, pp. 94–123.
  • “From the Critical Theory of Technology to the Rational Critique of Rationality,” Social Epistemology, Vol. 22, No. 1, January–March 2008, pp. 5–28
  • "Rationalizing Play: A Critical Theory of Digital Gaming" with Sara M. Grimes, Information Society Journal, vol. 25, no. 2, March–April 2009, pp. 105–118.
  • “Radical Philosophy of Technology: From Marx to Marcuse and Beyond,” Radical Philosophy Review, no. 1/2, vol. 12, pp. 199–217, 2009
  • "La pensée de la technique : pour une approche humaniste", Entretien avec Pierre-Antoine Chardel, Esprit, , pp. 49 - 64.

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