Monthly Archives: April 2016

Against Fate

[Talk delivered April 20 at the workshop ‘On Justice: Variations on a Theme from Walter Benjamin in 1916 (I)’] The following remarks are at a slight, but I hope illuminating, tangent from the ‘convolute’ of texts we’ve gathered to discuss. … Continue reading

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ATM as image

“One of the central images that attended this turn [to personal banking], according to La Berge, was the ATM. As they were rolled out around New York, the machines showed up in a series of news stories, most of which … Continue reading

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