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2019_1_winter; Matter, Memory, Machine, Mind

2019 winter MAAT lab Study: 2019.01.14 – 18  (MAAT BOOK 26)

Matter, Memory, Machine, Mind


Dear my researching comrades,

Winter, winter, winter. Personally, winter is my favorite season that pushes me into my own small space. As we read books and articles, certain juxtapositions appear in front of us, and they let us roaming around our minds and memories, because, maybe, we have read so many stuffs so far. Then, is it our forgetting, or embodying? Are those clear connections and retrievals possible, even with the help of notes, diagrams, tables, simple line drawings or Visio? If there are already close relationships among our readings, we do not have to read books, as I have mentioned so many times. We keep discovering our own juxtapositions through our readings, because it is always hard working, but is our jouissance in fact. 

Bergson, Wiener and Schrödinger will stay with us in this winter study. We are going to stay at their adjacent angles and domains, and I hope that it might become your comfortable sorrows. We cannot stay with one book, or one scholar anyway, and we are destined to leave for somewhere.

Best,

Dr. Yoon, December 17, 2018 

Soongsil University, Information Science Building (No.21) room 606
369 Sangdo-ro, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, 156-743, Republic of Korea
tel. 82.2.824.0718      fax. 82.2.822.3622      www.maat.kr





2pm

Readings

 

 

 

 

1.

2019.

01.14 Mon

 1. pp.1-45.

Henri Bergson

Matter and Memory, trans. Nancy Margaret Paul and W. Scott Palmer, London: G. Allen & Co.; New York: Macmillan, 1912.

 

 

 

유지연

 

2.

 

01.15 Tue

2. pp.45-85.

Henri Bergson

Matter and Memory, trans. Nancy Margaret Paul and W. Scott Palmer, London: G. Allen & Co.; New York: Macmillan, 1912.

 

 

 

김정회

 

3.

 

01.16

Wed

3. pp.30-44; I. Newtonian and Bergsonian Time

    pp.133-143; VI. Gestalt and Universals

    pp. 155-165; VIII. Information, Language and Society

Norbert Wiener

Cybernetics: or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine (1948), Cambridge: MIT P, 1965.

 

라안성

 

 

 

4.

 

01.17 Thu

7. pp.93-127; 1. The Physical Basis of Consciousness, 2. The Future of Understanding, 3. The Principle of Objectivation

Erwin Schrödinger

"Mind and Matter" (The Tarner Lectures, Delivered in Trinity College, Cambridge, in October 1956), What is Life?: The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell with Mind and Matter & Autobiographical Sketches. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, Delhi, Singapore; Cambridge UP, 1967.

 

 

신종천

 

5.

 

01.18  Fri

8. pp.128-164; 4. The Arithmetical Paradox: The Oneness of Mind, 5. Science and Religion, 6. The Mystery of the Sensual Qualities

Erwin Schrödinger

"Mind and Matter" (The Tarner Lectures, Delivered in Trinity College, Cambridge, in October 1956), What is Life?: The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell with Mind and Matter & Autobiographical Sketches. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, Delhi, Singapore; Cambridge UP, 1967.

 

권경아

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonus

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Jangwon Lee,
Dec 17, 2018, 7:45 PM
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