In the case of Gerovitch’s work, cyberspeak is the newspeak of cybernetics. According to the author, “Cybernetics unifies diverse mathematical models. From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: A History of Soviet Cybernetics [Slava Gerovitch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Honorable Mention for. In this book Slava Gerovitch argues that Soviet cybernetics was not just an intellectual trend but a social movement for radical reform in science and society as a.
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Bradley Fidler rated it really liked it Nov 02, Sandra marked it as to-read Apr 15, Return to Book Page. The range of sources is most impressive, and their synthesis quite superb. References to this book Between Human and Machine: With the arrival of Khrushchev’s political “thaw,” however, it was seen as an innocent victim of political oppression, and it evolved into a movement for radical reform of the Stalinist system nesspeak science.
From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: A History of Soviet Cybernetics by Slava Gerovitch
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Thus he quotes approvingly David Holloway’s description of “quotation mongering” pulling up random quotes from a major source—in this case Marx and “label sticking” calling one’s opponents [End Page ] deviant names as if these were practiced only in the Soviet Union. To ask other readers questions about From Newspeak to Cyberspeakplease sign up.
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From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: Followers of cybernetics viewed computer simulation as a universal method of problem solving and the language of cybernetics as a Oct 09, Cira rated it really liked it. With this new objectivity, they challe In this book, Slava Gerovitch argues that Soviet cybernetics was not just an intellectual trend but a social movement for radical reform in science and society as a whole.
From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: A History of Soviet Cybernetics
Melissa marked it as to-read Mar 20, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Using extensive new archival materials, Gerovitch argues that these fluctuating attitudes reflected profound changes in scientific language and research methodology across disciplines, in power relations within the scientific community, and in the political role of scientists and engineers in Soviet society.
Royall marked it as to-read Oct 02, Gme marked it as to-read Mar 11, In telling his story, Gerovitch works at a fairly high level; we really do not find out much about specific cybernetic projects until chapter 6.
Book titles OR Journal titles. His detailed analysis of scientific discourse shows how the Newspeak of the late Stalinist period and the Cyberspeak that challenged it eventually blended into “CyberNewspeak.
Flystone marked it as to-read Jul 25, Joshua Galloway rated it it was amazing Dec 17, With this new objectivity, they challenged the existing order of things in economics and politics as well as in science. Account Options Sign in. In this book, Slava Gerovitch argues that Soviet cybernetics was not just an intellectual trend but a social movement for radical reform in science and society as a whole.
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An marked it as to-read Nov 06, None of these organizations is responsible for the views expressed. View freely available titles: Mindell Limited preview – However, the use of “Newspeak” to furnish an overarching frame for the book mitigates against the value of the analysis.
Want to Read saving…. Eugene Portnoy marked it as to-read May 14, From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with cybfrspeak, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Namdev marked it as to-read Aug 29, The history of Soviet cybernetics followed a curious arc.