2012 – Present
Deleuze and F6lix Guattari's 1972 maslerpiece,
Anti - O edipus: Capitalism and S chizophrenia.'u
La Rochefoucauld in his Maximes
Kalmykia in the 1990s.
For slx decades of Soviet rule, Buddhism was
dismissed as superstition, but the religion
revived with great fervor after the USSR
dissolved. Ilyumzhinov's effort to replace both
communism and Buddhism with the religion
of chess was met with derision, but that
response was quickly silenced by the brutal
suppression of critics. Lenin's birthplace, after
the death of leninism, rose from the ashes
as a dictatorship of chess.
loose parts Huxley FIND him
Julian Huxley, transhumanism
Giordano Bruno's "Theater
Title: Ugly : The Aesthetics of Everything
Author: Bayley, Stephen
Foucault Order of Things pdf
Surowiecki, James, The Wisdom of Crowds get samples
small is beautiful
Charles Mackay published Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
christopher steiner automate this
theo porter trust in numbers
mendeley academic system
HOME, Stewart (1988): "The Assault on Culture: Utopian Currents from Lettrisme to Class War", Stirling (UK):AK Press, 1991 (second edition, first published by Aporia Press and Unpopular Books, 1988) ISBN 1-873176-30-9 (paperback)
Cranked Up Really High: Genre Theory & Punk Rock (Codex, Hove 1995)
Pierre Bourdieu, "Distinction: A Social
Critique of the Judgement of Taste" (Routledge & Kegan Paul, London
“analytic” and “synthetic”
whitrow 1988 time in history
get irish fake window pics
man with a movie camera Dziga Vertov
convergent and divergent thinking processs (Double Diamond)
The Layout Book
By: Gavin Ambrose; Paul Harris
Publisher: AVA Publishing
Pub. Date: July 1, 2007
Print ISBN-13: 978-2-940373-53-6
Web ISBN-13: 978-2-940439-69-0
The Figure that Stands Behind Figures: Mosaics of the Mind
by Robert Kaplan
The first volume of the Institute’s in-house series of books inspired by IFF lecture topics.
Based on our Inaugural Lecture in April 2003, The Figure that Stands Behind Figures is a charmingly erudite essay from mathematician Robert Kaplan about the history of figuration in Western culture. From the whimsical drolleries that encrusted the margins of medieval texts to the geometry of periodic and aperiodic tiling patterns, Kaplan traces the evolution of the “figure” in Western thought and challenges readers to discover for themselves the protean algebraic figure that stands in for all others.
The Nothing that Is: A Natural History of Zero
Vilem Flusser, The shape of things: a philosophy of design, London: Reaktion, 1999),
In The Shape of Things: A Philosophy of Design, design theorist Vilem Flusser describes the emergence of design in modernist discourse as a means to bridge the gap between technology and art.
Thomas Hauffe, Design: A concise history, London: Lawrence King Publishing, 1998
big tiff poster - all tiffs - long prom
dichotomy - etym
de bono value awards
beauty and usefulness Morris?
Robert Pippin, Modernism as a Philosophical Problem
Trickster Makes This World (1998),
The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life
entelechy Fort, 1941
Victor Turner The Ritual Process pdf
Maxine Hong Kingston
Mary Douglas Purity and Danger
Mary Warnock Imagination and Time
Gianni Vattimo Beyond Interpretation,
Design Thinker/Creative on card My title
involutions and aporias.
andrew huyssen after the great divide
res cogito and res extensa
William Leach Shop windows
paul Brunton India
Greenhalgh, Paul, Modernism and Design, London Reaktion 1990
the responsible consumer
Chia, R. & Holt, R. (2009) Strategy Without Design: The Silent Efficacy of Indirect Action. Cambridge:
Christian Jambet, The
Act of Being, New York: Zone Books 2006.
Unity of opposites
Studio Mumbai / Palmyra House
Gunther Kress in his seminal book Literacy in the New Media Age
Benkler, Yochai, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom 2006
Distributed Learning Project,
Michael Wesch ‘The Machine Is Us/ing Us’
Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture</em>, Alexander Galloway
Florian Cramer ‘Words Made Flesh: Code, Culture, Imagination,’
Brown, Norman O., Life Against Death: The Psychoanalytical Meaning of History (1959)
Charles Radcliffe, “Two Fiery
Flying Rolls: The Heatwave Story,
Vague, King Mob Echo: from 1780
Gordon riots to Situationists, Sex
Pistols and beyond (London: Dark
BAMN (By Any Means Necessary):
outlaw manifestos and ephemera,
1965-70 (Hamondsworth: Penguin,
1966 Amsterdam uprising
The Revolution of Everyday Life,
trans. Donald Nicholson-Smith
(Welcombe: Rebel Press, 1994)
Bryson, N. (1982). Vision and Painting: The Logic of the Gaze. London: Methuen.
less but better gestalten
Arthur Lovejoy, “The Great Chain of Being: A Study of the History of an Idea” (1936)
Tom Holert: “Design and Nervousness”, in: Texte Zur Kunst, “Design”, Ausgabe 72 / December 2008
max bill writings
Open Design Now premsela
the long tail
Ibelings supermodernism, 2002
Richard Senneth, The Fall Of Public Man 1976
philistins disabusing and abusing - by example
‘culture sector’ Angela McRobbie
6 where does the word 'goods' come from?
campaign for plain english
concreteness - impt concept
Edward Casey Getting Back into Place,
Daniel Dennett gets through explaining consciousness
Arthur Danto "the third realm" of beauty
false flat, betsky and eeuwens
derrida's white Mythology
design.nl Uncorp review
Branding the 20th-Century Totalitarian State
That Obscure Object of desire Bunuel 1977
Fredric Jameson cognitive mapping
diachronic and synchronic
tr. & intr.v. pec·u·lat·ed, pec·u·lat·ing, pec·u·lates
To embezzle (funds) or engage in embezzlement.
[Latin pecūlārī, pecūlāt-, from pecūlium, private property; see peku- in Indo-European roots.]
We-think: the power of mass creativity
how did points become pixels 72nds
vaneva bush memex science system?
Daniel Bell cultural contradictions of capitalism
circulation trendy term
B. Leitner, The Architecture of Ludwig Wittgenstein (Halifax-London, 1973)
Hans Robert jausse modern Reception Theory
querelle des anciens et des modernes
Nigel Fountain, Underground
The duo, Bernhard “Bernd” Becher (1931 – 2007) and Hilla Becher (born 1934),
Bern and Hilla Becher
noun: cenacle; plural noun: cenacles
1. 1. formal a group of people such as a discussion group or literary clique.
John Kenneth Galbraith The Affluent Society.
phil bites youtube
Latour why has critique run out out steam
The Quadruple Object
Hofstede’s cultural Dimensions
Design As Art (Penguin Modern Classics) by Bruno Munari (May 20, 2009)
An Introduction to Design Arguments (Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy) by Benjamin C. Jantzen (Feb 5, 2014) GOD
Wabi-Sabi: for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers by Leonard Koren (Nov 1, 2008)
Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby (Dec 6, 2013) CRITICAL DESIGN
Instapaper, Readability, and Flipboard?
is a mobile phone an abstraction? is a computer? of what - a brain
Ian Hamilton Grant
Cantor’s mathematical theory of transfinites
The combination of "cryptographic" security encription with "envelopes" of domain. Cryptolopes enable publishers on the WWW to securely distribute content with copyright protections and security over payments for copyrighted material usage.
Findings on elasticity
notwithstanding = despite
foster = encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable). fostrian "to supply with food, nourish,
boundary rd interior
Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much
by Sendhil Mullainathan
Wendell Berry Solving for Pattern
chaoplexity / limitology
philosophers on venality
cedric price arch
alien future - a shutting down of practical engagement (negative theology, political eschatology)
desire is a practical engagement, as opposed to a wish which is non-programmatic
Behrens, R. (2002). How Form Functions. Bobolink Books. [online]. Available from:
http://www.bobolinkbooks.com/Gestalt/HowFormFunctions.html [Accessed 8th
Hawkins, J (2003). How Brain Science Will Change Computing. [online]. Available
computing.html [Accessed 15th December 2010].
cedric price square book
book -the architecture of cedric price
A Designer's Research Manual: Succeed in Desi… (Paperback)
by Jennifer Visocky O'Grady, Ken O'Grady
Design Anthropology: Object Culture in the 21st Century (Edition Angewandte) Paperback
by Alison J. Clarke (Editor)
Fuad-Luke, Alastair, Design Activism: Beautiful Strangeness for a Sustainable World. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, 2009
Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, and Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism (London:
Simone weill the power of words
For a thoughtful account of the concept of quality, see Christian
Norberg-Schulz, ‘Om kvalitet’ [On Quality], in Øye og hånd (Oslo,
1997), pp. 24ff.
1. unable to be resisted or avoided; inescapable.
Clive Hamilton, Growth Fetish
attention - attenuation
In physics, attenuation (in some contexts also called extinction) is the gradual loss in intensity of any kind of flux through a medium. For instance, sunlight is attenuated by dark glasses, X-rays are attenuated by lead, and light and sound are attenuated by water.
In electrical engineering and telecommunications, attenuation affects the propagation of waves and signals in electrical circuits, in optical fibers, and in air (radio waves).
Los Angeles (see Banham) Something built in Nowhere
stuartweitzman.com MillionDollar shoe
Semiotics of Visual Language Fernande Saint-Martin not yet
The basic elements of visual language
Saint-Martin, Fernande not yet
A User's Guide to the Crisis of Civilisation: And How to Save It
encyclopaedists thru history
Gangs of New York set (biggest ever?)
Tatis set for Playtime broke him
Dante - the only way is through.
my q-code embroidered on a shirt/badge
fake death-wish shit art
get testimonials from
syed, manat, jayant, ben, oz, arushia, himansu,dev, jahnavee muki
get in touch wit HOogentwatface
how much is a macbook in uk/ho;lland
chefs on presentation
montaigne overviewe - wiki
design and play
Erlhoff, M. and Marshall, T. (eds) (2008) Design Dictionary: Perspectives on Design
Terminology, Birkhäuser-Verlag, Basel/Boston/Berlin.
Quentin Bell, On Human Finery (1976)
Paul Blumberg, The Decline and Fall of the Status Symbol: Some Thoughts on Status
in a Post-Industrial Society,
Archizoom, Superstudio, UFO, Gruppo
Strum and Global Tools.(http://saltonline.org/en/721/global-tools-1973-1975-towards-an-ecology-of-design)
contact Exp jetset
turning rebellion into money
metadesign tools Arts
and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) 05-08
These metadesign tools are an outcome of the ‘Benchmarking
Synergy-Cultivation within Metadesign’ research project at Goldsmiths, University
of London, details available at Attainable Utopias, http://attainable-utopias.org/m21
: the simultaneous mental association of an idea or object with two fields ordinarily not regarded as related
plural of ethos? ethe or ethea)
Neutra, R. (1954) Survival through Design, OUP, Oxford
distributed agency tom holert
find hist of info on disk
Collapse, Jarred Diamond
Tara Waters Lumpkin, an environmental anthropologist, that perceptually diverse cultures are better able to understand whole systems than scientific cultures that break things down into parts. Indigenous people understand life more holistically than we do. Their aesthetic relations to the biosphere have evolved over many thousands of years. Their everyday experience – being, in Lumpkin’s word, polyphasic
mapping_ a concept
giles slide made to break
carl honore in praise of slow
Hannover principles Mcdonough.com and Braungart
Design Chemistry http://www.mbdc.com/
david orr earth in mind
Lacoue-Labarthe, Philippe Fynsk, Christopher Typography: Mimesis, Philosophy, Politics, Stanford University Press, 1998
Philippe Lacoue Labarthe and Jean-Luc Nancy.
gerald summers 1933 bent plywood armchair
Kathalys Vision on Sustainable Product Innovation
Josef Pieper‟s essay Leisure the Basis of Culture
Philogene, A. and Wood, J. (2002), Wisdom Ecology
docta spes (educated hope), dialectical-materialistically
radical sovereignty and control Society
Psychogenic diseases are physical illnesses that stem from emotional or mental stresses.
In most cases, a structural or anatomical abnormality has not been identified, as seen in an organic disease, however this does not account for possible genetic, biochemical, electrophysiological or other abnormalities that may be present but for which we do not have the technology or background to identify.
Psychogenic disease is a broader category than psychosomatic disease, in that it can include the hysterical form, where there is no physiologic change in peripheral tissues, as well as the psychosomatic form, where there is some physiologic alteration.
Psychogenic fever is one of the most common psychosomatic diseases and usually occurs during a psychopathologic process. Patients with psychogenic fever have acute or persistent body temperature above normal range in psychologically stressful situations. In spite of numerous case reports on psychogenic fever, there are few epidemiological studies.
: of, relating to, or affecting the intestines <enteric diseases>; broadly : alimentary
: being or possessing a coating designed to pass through the stomach unaltered and to disintegrate in the intestines <enteric aspirin>
mansell and silverstone 1996 design of networks
technology as social re(construction and design
macKensie and Wacjman 1985 Bilker 1995
bicycles bakalites and bulbs
eno oblique strategy cards
Gregory Bateson, Steps to an Ecology of Mind
"with other things the same" or "all other things being equal or held constant."
Joseph Dunne’s Back to the Rough Ground,25
Andrew Pettigrew’s The Awakening Giant,
pragmatism of William James
john kay 2010 obliquity
sociology of knowledge
Bacon says in the essay On Innovations
The Open Society and Its Enemies and The Poverty of
design studio for social intervention
Koolhaus Contents 2004
McHarg Design with Nature 1969
jakobsens grid of functions
Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela in their seminal book Autopoiesis and Cognition
Michel de Certeau The Practice of Everyday life.
Rock family trees
Did Gks have a unity of values?
difference between e.g. and i.e.
Denver airport auto baggage?
Sacred Economics Charles Eistenstein
Mitch Kapoor Software Design Manifesto 1990
Henry dreyfuss Designing for People 1955
paul kingsnorth real England 2008
george monbiot Age of consent london2003
Chris booker and Richard d north The mad Officials London 1994
The Analects, or Lunyu (lit. "Selected Sayings")
cropping in ill
James Thrower The Alternative Tradition
syn(ergy) GK - collab?
first dinosaur discovery to 267
Magazines like Good spread the word about its impact on humanity and politics
Toffler Third wave 1980
Quote the manifesto./+ modern interpretation of their aims and successes. constructivists
Vernor Vinge's seminal essay and Ray Kurzweil"singularity,"
a relative-time ambiguity
Stock, Gregory Metaman: The
Merging of Humans and Machines into a Global
Superorganism, Simon & Schuster, 1993.
Stent s barrier
Homi Bhabha’s The Location of Culture
Arjun Appadurai’s Modernity at Large
Edward S. Casey’s The Fate of Place
Lewis Mumford's Technics and Civilization
Michael Heim web philosopher
The Poetics of Space, the French philosopher Gaston Bachelard
Gilbert Ryle, specifically his lecture "What is le Penseur doing?"
Nature design Lars muller Pub
1. the figurative use of language.
◦ Christian Theology the figurative interpretation of the scriptures as a source of moral guidance.
Grant and Woodard philosophers
theorems to lemmas.
1. of or relating to such philosophical concepts as truth, necessity, possibility, contingency, etc
2. designating the branch of modal logic that deals with the formalization of these concepts
C20: from Greek alētheia truth
extensionalist / intentionalist
(rhetoric) pertaining to a rhetorical question
(grammar, philosophy) pertaining to questions; interrogative
Koert van Mensvoort Innovative Nostalgia
Henk Oosterling dasein as design
naturalisation of information
Slow Design, slow food.
converse, inverse, obverse
Young  for an analysis of Wittgenstein’s philosophy of information.
Tuple: In logic and mathematics: Element made up of n things, with a first, second ... nth element, as in "(x1, .., xn)"
Kluwer Academic Publisherss