Cabinet 65: Knowledge

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The desire to know everything is old. Cabinet issue 65, with a special section on “Knowledge", includes Simon Critchley on Philip K. Dick's vision that a fish pendant had revealed all of knowledge to him; June Halloway on the paranoid knowledge of the modern state; and Cecilia Sjoholm on the relationship between naming and knowing. Elsewhere in the issue: Justin Patch on the history of music used in American presidential campaigns since the early days of the nation; Leif Weatherby on Soviet attempts to construct ternary, rather than binary, logic mechanisms in order to produce so-called Hegelian computing; and Luke Healey on Roland Barthes, professional wrestling and the nuances of “kayfabe,” or admitted fakery.
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The desire to know everything is old. Cabinet issue 65, with a special section on “Knowledge", includes Simon Critchley on Philip K. Dick's vision that a fish pendant had revealed all of knowledge to him; June Halloway on the paranoid knowledge of the modern state; and Cecilia Sjoholm on the relationship between naming and knowing. Elsewhere in the issue: Justin Patch on the history of music used in American presidential campaigns since the early days of the nation; Leif Weatherby on Soviet attempts to construct ternary, rather than binary, logic mechanisms in order to produce so-called Hegelian computing; and Luke Healey on Roland Barthes, professional wrestling and the nuances of “kayfabe,” or admitted fakery.
  • Author
    Najafi, Sina
  • Publisher
    Cabinet
  • Release
    December 2018
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    96 pages, 70 colour, 30 b&w. 19.7 x 24.8 cm
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  • Date added
    2017