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Hermeneutics of Technologically Mediated Listening

Don Ihde, Listening and Voice: Phenomenologies of Sound, Second Edition, SUNY Press, 2007. Hardcover—296 pages $86.50; Paperback—296 pages $33.95

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  1. In 2016, Ihde has published a book “Acoustic Technics”. The book discusses “High-tech acoustic imaging technologies” and “Visualist interpretation of scientific phenomena”. Ihde argues that all our perceptions are whole body perceptions. Acoustic Technics opens a new horizon in the areas of musical technologies, and adds a new dimension to the auditory perception and technologies.

  2. Phenomenology, even more postphenomenology, Ihde (2012) holds, rejects this entire tradition. Instead it opts for situated knowledge, but with an inter-relational ontology (p. 370). The ontology of postphenomenology is inter-relational (Ihde 2012).

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Tripathi, A.K. Hermeneutics of Technologically Mediated Listening. AI & Soc 32, 301–305 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-017-0708-5

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