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BOOKS

Arnheim, Rudolf, 1971, Entropy and Art, an Essay on Disorder and Order , First published by the University Of California Press, Berkeley.

Ascott, Roy, Art , Technology, Consciousness, 2000, intellect, USA.

Baudrillard, Jean, Art and Pholosophy,  Interview, 1991, Giancarlo Politi Editore, Italy.

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Foster, Hal , The Return of Real , 1996, An October book from MIT press, London.

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Hokikian, Jack, 2002, The Science of Disorder: Understanding the Complexity, Uncertainty, and Pollution in Our World.

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Journals and Magazinnes

International Social Science Journal, Sociology: State of the Art, 1994. Blackwell Publishers, UNESCO, UK.

PALAIS DE TOKIO, magazine nº 8

Film:
Parker, Alan, 1978, Midnight Express, Oliver Stone from the Billy Hayes book.
On-line Papers:
Ian R. Douglas , The Calm before the Storm: Vírilio´s debt to Foucault, and some notes on contemporary global .
Adrian Gargett (PhD), May 2000, Melatonin, The fictions of Brett-Eason Ellis and the theories of Paul Virilio
 

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