Gulkis It is a revised edition of his first edition published back in the seventies. There is no free lunch in Phenomenology. Preview — Experimental Experimentall by Don Ihde. Stephen rated it really liked it Jul 23, Want to Read saving…. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
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The book explores embodiment in cyberspace with references to human—computer interaction HCI research. The main question of the book is the meaning of bodies in technology. Ihde rejects Cartesian dualism. He has further explored these arguments in his book Bodies in Technology. He stresses an important fact that we have to experience the embodiment where we live, rather than to "plugin" to a technofantasies world.
According to Ihde, science and technology are in a symbiotic relationship, where scientific research relies fully on the development of scientific instruments, the technological development. In a paper "Was Heidegger prescient concerning Technoscience? Heidegger then is read against the background of the "new" approaches to science in science studies, and against the background of the scientific revolutions which have occurred since the midth century.
He rejects the vestigial Diltheyan division between the humanistic and natural sciences and argues that certain types of critical interpretation, broadly hermeneutic, characterize both sets of disciplines. He examines what he calls a style of interpretation based in material practices relating to imaging technologies which have given rise to the visual hermeneutics in technoscience studies.
He claims that in science, the instruments and technologies used operate in hermeneutic way.
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