We live today surrounded by countless digital gadgets and navigate through cyberspace as if it were the most natural thing in the world. This digital cast of being, however, comes from a long history of philosophical and mathematical thinking in which the Western will to productive power over movement has attained its consummation. This study traces the digital dissolution of beings from the Pythagoreans, Plato and Aristotle's ontology via Cartesian mathematical science through to our digitized economy and telecommunications. With an appendix reinterpreting quantum mechanical indeterminacy phenomenologically.
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About the Author
Michael Eldred gained degrees in mathematics and philosophy at Sydney University, being awarded a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1984 with a dissertation aimed at rethinking the social theories of Marx (Kapital) and Hegel (Rechtsphilosophie).