AGATHÓN issue number 10 is a collection of essays, studies, researches and projects on Links | Physical, Virtual and Digital to investigate the profound and widespread transition that combines dichotomies (analogue and digital), enhances oxymorons (artificial intelligence), overturns axioms (ubiquity), creates paradoxes (intangible materiality) by involving, without distinction, architecture, humanities and social science, anthropology, sociology, ecology, biology, physical-mathematical sciences and neuroscience whose impacts will become even more clear in the medium and long term. Although they are currently visible and accelerated in part by the global health emergency. A certainly ‘digital’ transformation, which scholars such as Floridi (2020), and Galimberti (2020), but also Haraway (2018), Searle (2017) and Chomsky (2011) have placed above all on an ontological and epistemological level as it involves the essence of ‘things’, the way we define them, the world around us and in particular our relationship with the elements that constitute it.

Il numero 10 di AGATHÓN raccoglie saggi, studi, ricerche e progetti su Connessioni | Fisiche, Virtuali e Digitali per indagare sulla profonda transizione pervasiva e diffusa, che unisce dicotomie (analogico e digitale), esalta ossimori (intelligenza artificiale), ribalta assiomi (ubiquità), realizza paradossi (materialità dell’intangibile) coinvolgendo, indifferentemente, l’architettura, le scienze umane e sociali, l’antropologia, la sociologia, l’ecologia, la biologia, le scienze fisico-matematiche e le neuroscienze con impatti che – visibili già oggi, e accelerati in parte dalla condizione straordinaria di emergenza sanitaria mondiale – si renderanno ancor più evidenti a medio e lungo termine. Una trasformazione certamente ‘digitale’, che studiosi come Floridi (2020) e Galimberti (2020), ma anche Haraway (2018), Searle (2017) e Chomsky (2011), hanno posto su un piano innanzitutto ontologico ed epistemologico in quanto coinvolge l’essenza delle ‘cose’, il modo con cui le definiamo, il mondo che ci circonda e in particolare la nostra relazione con gli elementi che lo costituiscono.

Scalisi, F. (2021). Connecting people, places and things. AGATHÓN, 10, 26-39 [10.19229/2464-9309/1002021].

Connecting people, places and things

Scalisi, Francesca
2021-01-01

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AGATHÓN issue number 10 is a collection of essays, studies, researches and projects on Links | Physical, Virtual and Digital to investigate the profound and widespread transition that combines dichotomies (analogue and digital), enhances oxymorons (artificial intelligence), overturns axioms (ubiquity), creates paradoxes (intangible materiality) by involving, without distinction, architecture, humanities and social science, anthropology, sociology, ecology, biology, physical-mathematical sciences and neuroscience whose impacts will become even more clear in the medium and long term. Although they are currently visible and accelerated in part by the global health emergency. A certainly ‘digital’ transformation, which scholars such as Floridi (2020), and Galimberti (2020), but also Haraway (2018), Searle (2017) and Chomsky (2011) have placed above all on an ontological and epistemological level as it involves the essence of ‘things’, the way we define them, the world around us and in particular our relationship with the elements that constitute it.
2021
Settore ICAR/12 - Tecnologia Dell'Architettura
Settore ICAR/13 - Disegno Industriale
Scalisi, F. (2021). Connecting people, places and things. AGATHÓN, 10, 26-39 [10.19229/2464-9309/1002021].
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