Filozofia mediów jako Medienphilosophie: ideowe źródła i konteksty

Jan P. Hudzik

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/DP.2020.025

Abstrakt


This article is about the philosophy of media developed in Germany as early as at the end of the
20th century. It was appeared as the Medienphilosophie – media philosophy – due to a coincidence
of two different events that happened in social theory and practice – it’s when the end of
certain period in German philosophy coincided then with the beginning of cyber civilization.
The understanding of the latter situation started to demand the creation of a new language –
a new analytical and critical apparatus capable of grasping reality becoming more and more
medialized. The problem is not so much a question of particular media, but mediality itself. This
text consists of seven parts. The first two ones present origins and contexts of the development
of the Medienphilosophie. The third part is concerned with its metatheoretical characteristics.
The forth one clarifies an “antimetaphisical stimulus” of the theory in question and shows its
philosophical and methodological rooting in poststructuralism. The last three parts deal with
philosophical and scientific – metatheoretical – origins and contexts of media archeology.


Słowa kluczowe


Medienphilosophie; philosophy of media; theory of communication; poststructuralism; German philosophy; media archeology

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