The Curriculum of the Body in the Age of Electronic Mediation
I think that Norm Friesen is right to say that we need to look beyond the simple accounts of interaction offered by the early theorists of computation. But I do not agree that we should go so far as to say, with Friesen, that "computers cannot enter the world of obligation and concern that ultimately gives language its meaning." Pulling out the phenomenalism of Merleau-Ponty doesn't establish the case. More...