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central to our most important intersubjective relationships is that an instructive vision of the good life is at the core of the relationship and stimulates a shared desire for its actualisation, which motivates the friends to cultivate virtuous dispositions of thought, feeling and behavior. As Nancy

In: Frontiers of Cyberspace
Author: Joss Hands

experiences of the last two years, I could no longer hold to any truth which might oblige me, directly or indirectly, to demand a man's life. ,,25 Such a claim, he tells us, provoked an unexpected response, "Certain friends whom I respected retorted that I was living in utopia.,,26 The idea that refusing

In: At the Interface
Author: Jernej Prodnik

homogeneous amalgam. I contend that this is a regressive response to the dangers of the ‘world’: in this case the instabilities and dangers accompanying life in contemporary societies. We can also see another, optimistic conceptualisation of the ‘virtual’ community and, like the first type, it goes hand

In: Cybercultures

explained that the exchanges with the migrant relatives shaped their perceptions about life conditions, work, life styles and the opportunities in these two societies, somehow in opposite images; Azores as a society with limited opportunities and difficult living Transnational Practices of Care

In: Citizens of the World
Author: Imre Bárd

ultimate nature. We have made you a creature neither of heaven nor of earth, neither mortal nor immortal, in order that you may, as the free and proud shaper of your own being, fashion yourself in the form you may prefer. It will be in your power to descend to the lower, brutish forms of life; you

In: Frontiers of Cyberspace
Author: Simon Ryan

takes as its starting-point Marx’s concept of living labour. While it is possible to complicate this basic distinction between play and labour in a number of ways, the theoretical and historical tension be- tween the voluntary or coercion-free nature of the activities we wish to designate as play

In: Cultural Transformations
Author: Laura Schuster

Postfilmic Cinema. University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 2007. Teobaldelli, P., ‘Cinema and Special Effects Seen From a Non-Dual Based Approach to Communication’. AS/SA, Vol. 14, 2004, pp. 15-19. Webster, F., ‘Cybernetic Life: Limits to Choice’, in Living with Cyberspace. J. Armitage and

In: Frontiers of Cyberspace
Author: Martyn Housden

convictions ! &('J '& # ' ' J48 Géza von Szüllö gave an appreciative speech emphasising [)) had not been motivated by racism. Just as all individuals have a right to life regardless of their height, hair colour or sportiness, the ) ' ` & J )" ) ([& it is all the same! It is a nation and J

In: On Their Own Behalf

. He indicated that he longed for a dance instructor who would commit to living in the community - someone who would make Hoi An his or her base. The local salsa community, he intimated, required this coherent stability to simply keep motivated. While this proprietor and I are now officially

In: From Conflict to Recognition

. ***** 1. The Case In the last decade Cyberculture has emerged from its status of a subculture, closely related to cyberpunk and the Gibsonian cyberspace to refer to our ways of life affected by digital technology. In this chapter I talk about the implementation of an introductory cyberculture course in

In: Emerging Practices in Cyberculture and Social Networking