On the Existence of Digital Objects

Hui_On coverThe inscrutable nature of “digital objects”, which are essentially data but also industrial products, can lead to considering this term as a sort of oxymoron. On the other end, this definition constructively describes a relationship that inescapably intertwines nonhuman and human entities as we experience them every day. Hui develops in this essay an absorbing philosophical investigation of these objects which goes well beyond the ample definition of digital humanities. 

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