Self Dot Net

Starting with the premise that traditionally cherished notions about subjectivity and selfhood have shifted since Classical and Enlightenment thought, this course examines how network technologies of the current age can be seen as co-extensive with representations of identity in contemporary aesthetic works. Through an analysis of various examples drawn from cinema, literature, philosophy, and digital art, we will consider the possibility of a “networked self” and interrogate what might be constitutive of such an entity.


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