The Interological Turn in Media Ecology

Peter Zhang, Eric McLuhan

Abstract


This dialogue foregrounds the interological nature of media ecology as a style of exploration into the human condition. Besides Marshall McLuhan, it also brings Gilles Deleuze, field theory, and the I Ching, et cetera, to bear on media ecological inquiry. The idea is to reveal a pattern instead of defining a term.

Ce dialogue met en relief la nature « interologique » du style d’exploration de la condition humaine que propose l’écologie des médias. Pour ce faire, il fait intervenir, en plus des réflexions de Marshall McLuhan,  la pensée de Gilles Deleuze, la théorie des champs et le « Livre des transformations » (Yi King). Il s’agit moins ici de définir un terme que de révéler un « motif » (pattern).


Keywords


Interology; Deleuze; Assemblage; McLuhan; Field theory; Leibniz; I Ching; Interologie; Deleuze; Assemblage; McLuhan; Théorie des champs; Leibniz; Yi King

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2016v41n1a3080

License URL: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/
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