Digitality, (un)knowledge and the ontological character of non-knowledge

Abstract : The opposition between knowledge and non-knowledge tends to obscure the very fact that digitization has also "remedied" knowledge lending it the character of a commodity instead of a norm (as it used to be previously considered, despite the disagreement philosophers and epistemologists could entertain among themselves). Hence, one is required not only to situate non-knowledge vis-à-vis knowledge but also knowledge vis-à-vis digitization. We do so by shifting the interrogation from an epistemic perspective to an ontological one.
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Alexandre Monnin. Digitality, (un)knowledge and the ontological character of non-knowledge. 2016. ⟨hal-01397947⟩

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