Uncoding the Digital
Technology, Subjectivity and Action in the Control Society
'This book is a very sophisticated and polished contribution to the rapidly growing field of study around the theme generally referred to now as 'technics' (after Stiegler's work) but is also sometimes referred to as the philosophy of technology. What sets this book apart is the fact that it is equally sophisticated in its dealing with philosophy as it is with technology, and that is extremely rare. It offers a powerful counternarrative to the technological-determination narrative which dominates the headlines, ie the idea that is it technological change that drives changes in society, rather than the other way round.'
- Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong, Australia