e-Humanities: An Uncertain Dialogue Among Nussbaum, Camps and Braidotti
A dialogue between three contemporary philosophers is fictionalized on the crisis of the Humanities and the birth of a new epistemological paradigm: Martha Nussbaum from an American liberal position, Victoria Camps from an European social democratic position and Rosi Braidotti from a global post-Humanism perspective. It serves as introduction to the text included in this monograph: “Cuando las humanidades se hacen digitales: filosofía y algoritmo (When the Humanities become Digital: Philosophy and Algorithm)” by Mª de Lourdes Pérez González.
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