Foundations of Science
This response briefly argues that post-phenomenology has always cut across the transcendental-empirical divide and is able to cultivate a deep respect for technologies in their otherness, without denying their relation to humanity. It does this by revisiting Don Ihde’s genetic phenomenological variations and tracing its relation to Gilbert Simondon’s ontogenesis. Having set up the historical nature of objects, the second part of this paper will take up Yoni Van Den Eede’s call for a more speculative approach.
transduction, ontogenesis, anthropocentrism, technology, speculative fabulations
Leadership Studies | Philosophy
Lally, R. Post-Phenomenology, Transduction, and Speculative Fabulations. Found Sci 27, 507–514 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10699-020-09765-y
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.