Monthly Archives: February 2013

Towards eudaimonic possibilitarian design(-ing)…

Re-imaginging and re-purposing design(-ing) requires new language, thoughts, deeds and manifestations. It also demands fresh perspectives and orientations. So I want to raise a challenge for all concerned about design(-ing)’s contribution to contingent realities. Berard Stiegler, the French philosopher, writing

Towards eudaimonic possibilitarian design(-ing)…

Re-imaginging and re-purposing design(-ing) requires new language, thoughts, deeds and manifestations. It also demands fresh perspectives and orientations. So I want to raise a challenge for all concerned about design(-ing)’s contribution to contingent realities. Berard Stiegler, the French philosopher, writing

The emancipation of Design(-ing)…for the nourishment of all

‘Emancipation’ is a word with a heavy burden. It is often associated with the liberation of disadvantaged and/or minority peoples from discriminatory, unfair, dominant socio-cultural or political processes. Thus framed it is ‘political emancipation’, but emancipation stretches well beyond the

The emancipation of Design(-ing)…for the nourishment of all

‘Emancipation’ is a word with a heavy burden. It is often associated with the liberation of disadvantaged and/or minority peoples from discriminatory, unfair, dominant socio-cultural or political processes. Thus framed it is ‘political emancipation’, but emancipation stretches well beyond the