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Future sounds : the temporality of noise / Stephen Kennedy.

By: Kennedy, Stephen.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, [2018]Description: viii, 167 pages 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781501321054; 1501321056.Subject(s): Sound (Philosophy) | Noise (Philosophy) | Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics | Son (Philosophie) | Bruit | Musique -- Philosophie et esthétique | Musik -- teori, filosofi | Ljud -- teori, filosofiDDC classification: 781.2/3
Contents:
Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Critical Temporalities -- 2. Noise and Political Economy -- 3. Remembering the Future : 1977 -- 2017 -- 4. Continuous Discontinuity : A Non-Linear History of Noise -- Bibliography -- Index
Summary: "What can the sounds of today tell us about the future? Can an analysis of sound and sonic practices allow us to make reliable predictions in relation to wider social phenomena? And what might they tell us about technology in a world where futurology is such a frenzied and busy field? In order to answer these questions, this book tests a range of propositions that connect noise, sound and music to political, economic and technological events. Hence it is a book about historical trajectories and conflicting ideas about time and the necessity to re-contextualize and interpret them in the digital age."--Résumé du site web de l'éditeur.
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Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Critical Temporalities -- 2. Noise and Political Economy -- 3. Remembering the Future : 1977 -- 2017 -- 4. Continuous Discontinuity : A Non-Linear History of Noise -- Bibliography -- Index

"What can the sounds of today tell us about the future? Can an analysis of sound and sonic practices allow us to make reliable predictions in relation to wider social phenomena? And what might they tell us about technology in a world where futurology is such a frenzied and busy field? In order to answer these questions, this book tests a range of propositions that connect noise, sound and music to political, economic and technological events. Hence it is a book about historical trajectories and conflicting ideas about time and the necessity to re-contextualize and interpret them in the digital age."--Résumé du site web de l'éditeur.

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