Article: Electronic memory and deterritorialization

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Main Author: Ferreira, Jonatas
Publication Date: 2004
Other Authors: Amaral Jr, Aécio
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Language: por
Source: Política & Sociedade (Online)
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Summary: In the following essay, departing from Derrida’s formulations on memory and the archive, we try to understand the political meaning of experiencing and constituting an electronically storable and accessible form of memory. Accepting that supports of memory are, not only means for conserving it, but the very conditions of elaborating what should and could be recalled, we maintain that the digitalization of memory is a phenomenon of major importance of our time. Dealing with the contribuition of authors like Virilio, Bergson, Benjamin, Marcuse, Adorno, we propose a theoretical framework for reflecting about this transformation. Opposing those who sustain that the digitalization of memory means the end of poltics, absolute deterritorialization, the mathematization of reality, we affirm the existence of non intended political horizons that emerge from inside the very totalizing ambition of the electronic archive. Key-words: Memory; electronic archive; politics; logocentrism.
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spelling Article: Electronic memory and deterritorializationArtigo: Memória eletrônica e desterritorializaçãoIn the following essay, departing from Derrida’s formulations on memory and the archive, we try to understand the political meaning of experiencing and constituting an electronically storable and accessible form of memory. Accepting that supports of memory are, not only means for conserving it, but the very conditions of elaborating what should and could be recalled, we maintain that the digitalization of memory is a phenomenon of major importance of our time. Dealing with the contribuition of authors like Virilio, Bergson, Benjamin, Marcuse, Adorno, we propose a theoretical framework for reflecting about this transformation. Opposing those who sustain that the digitalization of memory means the end of poltics, absolute deterritorialization, the mathematization of reality, we affirm the existence of non intended political horizons that emerge from inside the very totalizing ambition of the electronic archive. Key-words: Memory; electronic archive; politics; logocentrism.Neste ensaio partimos de algumas considerações derridianas acerca da memória para tentar entender o significado político da constituição de uma memória eletronicamente armazenável e acessível. Aceitando que os suportes de memória são não apenas meios de conservação, mas as próprias condições de elaboração daquilo que deve e pode ser rememorado, constatamos que a digitalização da memória é um fenômeno de maior importância em nosso tempo. Mobilizando a contribuição de autores como Virilio, Bergson, Benjamin, Marcuse e Adorno, propomos um arcabouço teórico para refletir acerca dessa transformação. Contra aqueles que defendem que a digitalização da memória significa o fim da política, a errância absoluta, a matematização da realidade, afirmamos a existência de horizontes políticos não previstos que se abrem de dentro da própria pretensão totalizadora do arquivo eletrônico.Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)2004-01-01info:eu-repo/semantics/articleinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersionapplication/pdfhttps://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/politica/article/view/200410.5007/%xPolítica & Sociedade; Vol. 3 No. 4 (2004); 137-166Política & Sociedade; Vol. 3 Núm. 4 (2004); 137-166Política & Sociedade; v. 3 n. 4 (2004); 137-1662175-79841677-4140reponame:Política & Sociedade (Online)instname:Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)instacron:UFSCporhttps://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/politica/article/view/2004/1751Copyright (c) 2004 Política & Sociedadeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessFerreira, JonatasAmaral Jr, Aécio2022-11-21T14:13:35Zoai:periodicos.ufsc.br:article/2004Revistahttp://www.periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/politicaPUBhttps://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/politica/oai||ernesto.seidl@ufsc.br|| ps@cfh.ufsc.br2175-79841677-4140opendoar:2022-11-21T14:13:35Política & Sociedade (Online) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)false
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description In the following essay, departing from Derrida’s formulations on memory and the archive, we try to understand the political meaning of experiencing and constituting an electronically storable and accessible form of memory. Accepting that supports of memory are, not only means for conserving it, but the very conditions of elaborating what should and could be recalled, we maintain that the digitalization of memory is a phenomenon of major importance of our time. Dealing with the contribuition of authors like Virilio, Bergson, Benjamin, Marcuse, Adorno, we propose a theoretical framework for reflecting about this transformation. Opposing those who sustain that the digitalization of memory means the end of poltics, absolute deterritorialization, the mathematization of reality, we affirm the existence of non intended political horizons that emerge from inside the very totalizing ambition of the electronic archive. Key-words: Memory; electronic archive; politics; logocentrism.
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