24 Sep 2015

Becoming Post-Android

Philip K. Dick’s Errant Ontology
The work of Philip K. Dick, best known as a master of ontologically and psychologically unsettling science fiction, has had a wide-ranging if sporadic influence on modern cultural theory, playing key roles in works by thinkers such as Jean Baudrillard, Erik Davis, Katherine Hayles, Fredric Jameson, Laurence Rickels and Steven Shaviro. In this one-day symposium, comprising a workshop and panel discussion, three Dick scholars address his continuing significance for the contemporary rethinking of subjectivity, the (post)human, and ontology.


ICI Berlin
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Organized by

James Burton
Alexander Dunst
ICI Berlin
In cooperation with the University of Paderborn

In English

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