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A few years later Derrida made an appearance and gave a lecture that was translated and edited by Kittler, but while the two over the years enjoyed a cordial relationship, their intellectual differences were so great that they could only be covered by the catch-all label of poststructuralism. The most sought-after theorist was Foucault, but he declined all Kittler's invitations; they never met. Kittler graduated in , and in he received his doctorate in philosophy after a thesis on the Swiss 19th-century writer Conrad Ferdinand Meyer.

Between and he worked as an academic assistant at the university's Deutsches Seminar.

In , Kittler transferred to the Ruhr University in Bochum which had been at the forefront of the German reception of Foucault. In , he was appointed to the chair for Media Aesthetics at the prestigious Humboldt University in Berlin. There he held four classes, History of Media and Science traditional German Oberseminar , UNIX Programming included handling the command line interface and C programming , and other two on varying subjects. Among Kittler's theses was his tendency to argue, with a mixture of polemicism, apocalypticism, erudition, and humor, that technological conditions were closely bound up with epistemology and ontology itself.

Kittler goes one step further by suggesting that, conversely, anything that can't be "switched" can't really "be," at least under current technical conditions. He invoked this doctrine on his deathbed in Dying in a hospital in Berlin and sustained only by a medical instruments, his final words were "Alle Apparate ausschalten", which translates as "switch off all apparatuses".

Friedrich Kittler is seminal in the new approach to media theory, studying the "technological media" [Technischen Medien], that grew popular starting in the s. His Habilitation thesis became his first major work ; in English. Its German title, Aufschreibesysteme , a term lifted from the memoirs of the schizophrenic Daniel Paul Schreber and translated as Discourse Networks , designated for Kittler the "technologies and institutions that allow a given culture to select, store and produce relevant data" p ; p Kittler's central project is to "prove to the human sciences [ Kittler sees an autonomy in technology and therefore disagrees with Marshall McLuhan 's reading of the media as "extensions of man": "Media are not pseudopods for extending the human body.

They follow the logic of escalation that leaves us and written history behind it. In simple terms Kittler's thesis could be summarized as stating that our knowledge and what we believe to be true is critically dependent on the cultural techniques that we use. Clay , J. Conant , J. Constable , G. Coupland , S. Crusius , I.

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