Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology

Volume 15, Issue 3, Fall 2011

Phenomenology and Classroom Computer Simulation

Don Ihde
Pages 203-205

Dissection and Simulation
A Postphenomenological Critique

In the lead article dissection is juxtaposed to simulation, but the problem is the example set on both sides is antiquated. I argue that a dynamic set of imaging technologies uses as in science documentaries is far superior to either the the 18th-19th century notions of biological education illustrated is what is needed.