Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 36 (2):157-178 (2011)

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The first studies in Philosophy that studied digital technology did not specify the characteristics of its various technical applications or instruments. They looked at the virtual reality and used the metaphor of immersion to study the set of all technological developments, as had been done before with the novel. Thus, Internet is misunderstood by many experts as virtuality (next to Baudrillard), rather than linking its hypertext system closer to other theories like those proposed by Deleuze and Guattari or Bourriaud.
Keywords hipertexto  rhizome.  frame  imagen  hiperrealidad  rizoma.  image  hyperreality  hypertext  marco  autonomy
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DOI 10.5209/rev_RESF.2011.v36.n2.38411
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