Collective Minds

These are the books, minds and peoples currently getting me through my PhD.

Writing from the inside-out, let’s start with the texts at the heart of these collective minds.

More soon on the array of recent books coming at the collective intelligence idea from different disciplinary and political perspectives….

References:

EZLN, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional [Zapatista Army of National Liberation] (1997). Crónicas Intergaláticas. Primer Encuentro Intercontinental por la Humanidad y contra el Neoliberalismo [Intergalactic Cronicals. First Intercontinental Meeting for Humanity and against Neoliberalism]. Buenos Aires, La Rosa Blanc

Hardt, Michael and Antonio Negri (2017). Assembly. University Press, Oxford.

Gerbaudo, Paolo (2019). Digital Organisation and Online Democracy. Pluto Press, London.

Jo Spence exhibition catalogue:
Ribalta, Jorge et al (2005). Jo Spence. Beyond the Perfect Image. Photography, Subjectivity, Antagonism. Barcelona, MACBA.

Rheingold, Howard (2002). Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution. Perseus, Cambridge, Mass

Malone, Thomas W. (2018). Superminds. The Suprising Power of People and Computers Thinking Together. Little Brown and Company, New York.

Mulgan, Geoff (2017). Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World. Princeton University Press, New Jersey.

Surowiecki, James (2005). The Wisdom of Crowds. Abacus, London.

Toret, Javier et al (2013). Summary in English of: “Tecnopolítica: la potencia de las multitudes conectadas. El sistema red 15M, un nuevo paradigma de la política distribuida” [Technopolitics: the potential of the connected multitudes: the network system 15M, a new paradigm for distributed politics]. IN3 Working Paper Series, The Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Barcelona.

Toret, Javier et al (2013b). Full version of: Tecnopolítica: la potencia de las multitudes conectadas. El sistema red 15M, un nuevo paradigma de la política distribuida. [Technopolitics: the potential of the connected multitudes: the network system 15M, a new paradigm for distributed politics]. IN3 Working Paper Series, The Internet Interdisciplinary Institute.

Turkle, Sherry (1995). Life on the Screen. Identity in the Age of the Internet. Touchstone, New York.


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