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Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology

Volume 18, Issue 3, Fall 2014

Heather Wiltse
Pages 154-182

Unpacking Digital Material Mediation

Digital technologies mediate engagement with the world by making activities visible. The automaticity and physicality of the ways in which they do this suggest that it could be productive to view them as responsive digital materials. This paper explores the structure and function of responsive materials in order to develop a conceptualization of responsive digital materials. It then begins to unpack the complexities of digital material mediation through both drawing on and extending existing postphenomenological theory.

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