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Aisthesis

versão On-line ISSN 0718-7181

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LEON, Jorge. The De-measured Surveyor: the Aesthetico-Political Implications of Modern Technique in the Work of Paul Virilio. Aisthesis [online]. 2017, n.61, pp.25-42. ISSN 0718-7181.

During the 20th Century, a progressive analysis of the impact of aesthetics on geopolitics and territorial arrangement has been developed. If so far the Renaissance perspective, as a technique that is proper of the measurement of space, had enabled the development of (geo)politics as territorial sovereignty, the new technologies of information and communication have provoked a crisis for the very possibility of control and measure over said space of political appearance. Through the writings of Paul Virilio, this article analyzes the crisis of space as a possibility of measuring and organizing production in the information age, identifying the major consequences of the decay of (geo)politics over social and urban relations.

Palavras-chave : Aesthetics of disappearance; Dromology; Negative Horizon; Unmeasurability; Aitia.

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