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Vil��m Flusser on Renaissance - Dictionary of Arguments

Rötzer I 66
Renaissance/Flusser: in the Renaissance, the world is no longer a plant, but something inanimate in which animate and inanimate things move.
Its movement is not growing, but is done by inertia. The field of possibilities is inseparable, but not endless, and within it, it is confronted with impossibilities everywhere.


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Fl I
V. Flusser
Kommunikologie Mannheim 1996

Rötz I
F. Rötzer
Kunst machen? München 1991


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