Internet and democracy
Friday, May 4th from 2pm to 6pm, we will hear Andrew Feenberg, this time in French, and Coline Ferrarato, in a two-part debate. It will be at Enssib, in the amphitheater. Andrew Feenberg will begin with a conference on « Internet and Democracy », and Coline Ferrarato will continue on the theme « Digital Hybridity: Contribution to Critical Theory of Technology ».
- Andrew Feenberg holds the Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of Technology at the Simon Fraser University School of Communication (Harbor Center, Vancouver). He is also Program Director at the International College of Philosophy.
- Coline Ferrarato is a student at Ens-Ulm. Her philosophy master focused on contemporary digital issues. In particular, she analyzed a concrete example, free software, the light of Gilbert Simondon’s theories. Coline Ferrarato is currently a French lecturer at the Eötvös University in Budapest (Hungary). She is a member of RAIL (Enssib / IXXI).