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    La Natura non è più quella di una volta (e nemmeno gli artefatti)

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    “DO YOU SUPPOSE THEY WANT GM BABIES?”

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    “DO YOU SUPPOSE THEY WANT GM BABIES?” New techniques for editing genes could transform biological research, with almost unlimited potential, says a new report from the UK Nuffield Council on Bioethics.1 But the advent of a cheap, precise, and widely used technique, known as CRISPR-Cas9, also raises ethical and moral issues that need to be resolved, says the council

    FRUIZIONE INCARNATA DEI BENI CULTURALI TRA DISSEMINATION E INTERACTION DESIGN

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    Microgeolocation technologies\ud are ushering in a new way to\ud use of cultural heritage. In\ud particular, among the\ud immersive environments,\ud “Augmented Aurality” projects\ud (soundwalks)\ud distinguish oneself as\ud effective instruments of\ud dissemination.\ud This paper shows some aspects\ud of the relationship between\ud soundwalks and dissemination\ud tools

    Il corpo dell'arte. Nancy illumina l'Accademia

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    The metaphysical primacy of the Being, according to Jean-Luc Nancy, is challenged from the Art: the artist invents some entities which do not respect the hegemony of the Being. The artworks do not resolve themselves in the rules of the classical ontology, but, on the contrary, they start a never-ending process of creation. Consequently, aesthetics - the subject that insists on the binomial art/technology - becomes the necessary medium given to philosophy in order to understand the multiplicity of the real world, overcoming the apparent dichotomy between body and soul
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