Tag: Léopold Lambert

Protocols
21-12-2017 No Comments

Protocols

“…A series of protocols carefully definite and coordinated between different agents were marking a historical transformation, where the final result was an unexpected product opposite to the absolute control on each of the parts. Of the object it was passing to the process, from the hardware to the software. Opposite to an architecture defined in every point, every girder, every […]

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández
05-12-2016 No Comments

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández

In 2011, Vicente Serrano publishes the book Spinoza’s wound, where it approaches, from the philosophy, the topic of the happiness. In the chapter v –Biopoder without ideologies– it exposes and analyzes how, actually, any way of being able tends to control, to order and articulate any thing that falls down under his influence. It is Highland what, using Nietzche’s words, […]