A Deeply Informed, Yet Playful And Ironic Look At How The Internet Has Changed Human Experience, Memory, And Our Sense Of Self, And That Belongs On The Shelf With The Best Writings Of Roland Barthes And Jean Baudrillard One Day, As I Was Daydreaming On The Boulevard Beaumarchais, I Had The Idea It Came And Went In A Flash, Almost In Spite Of Myself Of Doing A Google Search To Find Out What I Had Been Up To And Where I Had Been The Previous Evening, Since My Own Recollections Were Confused So Begins Mael Renouard S Fragments Of An Infinite Memory, A Provocative And Elegant Inquiry Into Life In A Wireless World Mael Renouard Is Old Enough To Remember Life Before The Internet Young Enough To Have Fully Accomodated His Life To The Internet And The Gadgets That Support It Here This Young Philosopher, Novelist, And Translator Tests Out A Series Of Conjectures On How Human Experience, Especially The Sense Of Self, Is Being Changed By Our Continual Engagementt With A Memory That Is Impersonal And Effectively Boundless Mael Renouard Has Written A Book That Is Rigorously Impressionistic, Deeply Informed Historically And Culturally, But Also Playful, Ironic, Personal, And Formally Adventurous, A Book That Stands With Comparison With The Best Of Roland Barthes And Jean Baudrillard.
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- 280 pages
- Fragments of an Infinite Memory
- Maël Renouard
- 12 July 2018 Maël Renouard