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Teaching and Learning Multimodal Communications

Alyssa Arbuckle, Alison Hedley, Shaun Macpherson, Alyssa McLeod, Jana Millar Usiskin, Daniel Powell, Jentery Sayers, Emily Smith, Michael Stevens, Authors

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Metadata: Interpretive Allopoiesis

To engage with Dublin Core metadata conventions, I've chosen to focus on resources I've gathered (with the help of a CSPT classmate) that help to decipher the somewhat opaque prose of Martin Heidegger's essay "The Question Concerning Technology." These resources may also be useful to my work in Digital Literary Studies research, as my interests in digital criticism and theory may be relevant to Heidegger's notion of "enframing" (Ge-stell)—the essence of the technological.

The three resources I've used are represented in the following:
  • A link to a podcast from Stanford's campus philosophy radio program "Entitled Opinions." This episode is an overview of Heidegger's philosophy presented via a discussion between the show's host and a post-doctoral fellow in Stanford's philosophy department.
  • A screenshot from a (seemingly no-longer-maintained) web series called "CriticaLinks" hosted by the University of Hawaii that provides extensive information regarding "The Question Concerning Technology." This site includes a glossary of the terms and an overview of its themes and concepts.
  • A second screenshot of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy's entry on Martin Heidegger.

Author: Shaun Macpherson
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