CAT1.11

CAT1.11 - Computers and the techne of the memex Elizabeth...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 Computers and the techne of the memex Elizabeth Losh
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5/2/11 Logistics corner Don’t forget the CAT Events blog! The deadline is fast-approaching! Keep thinking about archive-making! There may be some in-class opportunities to create artifacts. Take notes! Be ready to reconstruct your record of this class on the final exam!
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5/2/11 Recap When did Professor Gere get her first computer? Why does she keep saying she is an “old fogey”? Why did Plato hate writing? What is Rosen’s argument about forgetting?
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5/2/11 Where I fit in 197 4 200 4
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5/2/11 Are you all really digital natives?
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5/2/11 Today’s lecture Starting to think about digital archives Why Plato hated rhetoric and theatre too Aristotle’s opposing attitude about new media Is Google making us stupid? Or smart?
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5/2/11 Archives for philosopher Richard Rorty
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5/2/11 Plato in the Phaedrus :
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5/2/11 Plato in the Gorgias : cosmetics vs. gymnastics
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5/2/11 Plato in the Gorgias : pastries vs. medicine
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5/2/11 Plato in the Republic : The Allegory of the Cave
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5/2/11 Plato in the Republic : The Theory of Mimesis
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5/2/11 The argument for banishing poets Plato in the Republic : Theatre and Imitation
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5/2/11 The argument for an education that includes being exposed to the arts and Aristotle in the Poetics : Theatre and Catharsis
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5/2/11 The Platonic Legacy
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