History of the Human Sciences – Volume 33, Number 1, Feb 01, 2020 – History of Cybernetics and the Human Sciences

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I myself don’t recognise any of the author names I don’t think, but this is intriguing.

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History of the Human Sciences
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Cybernetics and the Human Sciences

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Volume 33 Issue 1, February 2020
Guest Editor: Stefanos Geroulanos and Leif Weatherby

Introduction
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Cybernetics and the human sciences

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Articles
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How disunity matters to the history of cybernetics in the human sciences in the United States, 1940–80

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Cybernetics for the command economy: Foregrounding entropy in late Soviet planning

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Textocracy, or, the cybernetic logic of French theory

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Cybernetic times: Norbert Wiener, John Stroud, and the ‘brain clock’ hypothesis

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 80–108

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The political theology of entropy: A Katechon for the cybernetic age

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 109–127

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Automatic Leviathan: Cybernetics and politics in Carl Schmitt’s postwar writings

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 128–146

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‘Ghastly marionettes’ and the political metaphysics of cognitive liberalism: Anti-behaviourism, language, and the origins of totalitarianism

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 147–174

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Design as aesthetic education: On the politics and aesthetics of learning environments

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 175–187

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What is the ‘cybernetic’ in the ‘history of cybernetics’? A French case, 1968 to the present

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 188–211

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Reviewer Acknowledgement 2019
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Reviewer Acknowledgement 2019

First Published May 12, 2020; pp. 212–212