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Beyond machines of loving grace

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    Through a historical cross section dating back to the 1950s, the journalist and social scientist with a PhD in Anthropology Rafael Evangelista presents an original approach to hackers, those individuals passionate about technology who acquire prestige among their peers facing complex problems and acting creatively in software development. The author shows how hacking became consolidated in the free software movement and how this technological mobilization, rooted in collaborative practices and in the production of the common, found in Brazil a fertile ground for its expansion. According to Evangelista, hacking action and ethics were decisive in building systems that organize digital communication networks and in how we use them today. Far from being an apology for the potentials of the great calculators that were named computers at the time, Rafael Evangelista devotes part of the book to the risks to democracy posed by possibilities of control and surveillance of citizens. With a title that alludes to the poem by Richard Brautigan ("All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace"), this book is the second volume of the Digital Democracy series, edited by professor and sociologist Sergio Amadeu da Silveira and published exclusively in digital format.

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    TítuloBeyond machines of loving grace
    SubtítuloHacker culture, cybernetics and democracy
    AutorRafael Evangelista
    Biografía del Autor

    Rafael de Almeida Evangelista is a researcher at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp ? State University of Campinas), a social scientist and a doctor in Social Anthropology from Unicamp. He studies the relations between production, culture, information technologies and power. A specialist in scientific journalism, he worked for many years with social movements and their struggles related to new technologies. He is a member of the Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology and Society Studies (Lavits) and a professor of the Graduate Program in Scientific and Cultural Dissemination at Unicamp.

    TipoeBook
    ISXN9788594931023
    Año de Edición2018
    Núm. Páginas90
    Peso (Físico)0
    IdiomaInglés
    Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)1.15
    Formato Electrónico (Virtual)EPUB
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