Hans Blumenberg’s Early Theory of Technology and History, by Hannes Bajohr

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Hannes Bajohr is Research Assistant at the Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research, Berlin. He is the author of the monographs Judith N. Shklar (Matthes und Seitz, 2014); and Dimensionen der Öffentlichkeit: Politik und Erkenntnis bei Hannah Arendt (Lukas, 2011). Bajohr is the editor (with Florian Fuchs and Joe Paul Kroll) of The Hans Blumenberg Reader: History, Metaphor, Fables (Cornell University Press, forthcoming 2020); and of Code und Konzept: Literatur und das Digitale (Frohmann, 2016). His recently published essays include “Keine Quallen: Anthropozän und Negative Anthropologie,” Merkur (2019); “In der Asche des Digitalen: Postdigitales Publizieren heute,” Kunstforum (2018); and “Infrathin Platforms: Print on Demand as Auto-Factography,” in Book Presence in a Digital Age, ed. Kiene Brillenburg Wurth, Kári Driscoll, and Jessica Pressman (Bloomsbury, 2018).

Hannes Bajohr, “Hans Blumenberg’s Early Theory of Technology and History,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 40:1 (2019), pp. 3-15.

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