Noise Ontology and Yushkevich’s Glass: an Interview with Philosopher Alla Mitrofanova
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cyberfeminism
neorationalism
Soviet philosophy
epistemology
Mach
feminist philosophy
intersectional feminism
philosophy of technology

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Holmowaia, A. (2020). Noise Ontology and Yushkevich’s Glass: an Interview with Philosopher Alla Mitrofanova. Galactica Media: Journal of Media Studies, 2(1), 25-34. https://doi.org/10.46539/gmd.v2i1.92

Abstract

The interview discusses the problematic field of non-classical epistemologies, cyberfeminism, unstable ontologies and contemporary philosophy of technology. Alla Mitrofanova — philosopher, cyber theorist, one of the creators of the cyberfeminist International. Her scientific interests are the theory of technologically mediated culture and feminist philosophy. The interview begins with questions about how the cyberfeminist movement was shaped, how cyberfeminism can be integrated in the 20th century history of thought and also what cyberfeminism offers as a philosophical concept now. The main concepts of the interview are “noise ontology”, “intersectional feminism”, the epistemological “glass” of Russian philosopher P. Yushkevich, neorationalism. The meaning of these concepts unfolds through an appeal to the Mach-Marxist tradition.

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