sábado, fevereiro 28, 2004

John Barlow about cyberspace

«. diversity is as essential to healthy community as it is to healthy ecosystems... I believe that the principal reason for the almost universal failure of the intentional communities ... is lack of diversity in their members.
It's rare a commune with people fundamentally out of philosophical agreement with the majority.»

«Like Frankenstein... is the usual problem when we try to build something which can only be grown.»

«. Cyberspace missing elements
a) absence of alternatives
b) sense of genuine adversity, generally shared» [we don't have this at movies also]

segunda-feira, fevereiro 02, 2004

The Philosophy of Horror, by Noel Carroll

Image and Mind : Film, Philosophy and Cognitive Science, by Gregory Currie

Suspense: Conceptualizations, Theoretical Analyses, and Empirical Explorations (Lea's Communication Series) eds. Peter Vorderer

Affective Interactions: Toward a New Generation of Computer Interfaces (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1814.) eds. Ana Paiva

The Nature of Emotion: Fundamental Questions (Series in Affective Science)
eds. Paul Ekman, Richard J. Davidson, Davidson Ekman