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While Acoustic Technics will be at home on shelves of readers already familiar with his work, it is a book that deserves recognition by a wider readership because the issues he raises concern us all. . . .Ihde draws on more than 40 years of careful thought and reflection about sight and sound in human experience and practice, and extensive and wideranging reading across both arts and sciences. This experience is evident in the breath-taking number of historical figures and topics that are covered within its 148 pages, from prehistoric rock art and Galileo the musician, to modern espionage, big data, and `radical' new ways of detecting cancer cells. One might think that such coverage would lack depth but Ihde's ability to step back from detail, distill information gained from a lifetime's experience, and provide a framework within which it is possible to locate and critically examine past, present and (possibly) future technologies, negates any such thought. . . .Acoustic Technics is a slim volume...but it has changed the way I think about technology and it highlights the part we can all play in looking beyond the early hype of new inventions. * Network Review * In Acoustic Technics, Don Ihde provides fascinating insights into the embodied, sensory experience of sound. Unlike the majority of analysis in science and technology studies (STS), that reinforces the visual dominance of science, Ihde's work has always acknowledged the important role of the other senses in the practice and representation of science. His substantial body of work in the phenomenology of sound has led to this wide-ranging and inspirational book that not only examines the many reasons for the visual dominance of science in the modern era, but amplifies the often hidden and obscure history of embodied sound and multi-sensory tools and experiments. The book is an excellent resource for those working in science studies, technological development, and contemporary music and the arts. -- Andrea Polli, Mesa Del Sol Endowed Chair of Digital Media, University of New Mexico Reading Don Ihde is better than drinking a vintage wine. Not only does he expand your palette and engagement with many different senses, but unlike a wine, you can keep returning to these essays for more and more enjoyment. The wisdom of a career well-spent comes through in the way that, unlike with reading analytical philosophers, he opens up topics and makes you more and more curious about this strange twenty-first century post-phenomenological world of technology, animals and humans. -- Trevor Pinch, Goldwin Smith Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University In this 'late work' Don Ihde brings his impressive postphenomenological perspective and insights into technics to bear upon how the body experiences sound beyond hearing. He presents his arguments through a dazzling array of examples taken from science, music and media, presented in lucid and always learned prose. Acoustic Technics is a wonderful read and should be read by all those interested in the relationship between sound, body, culture and science. -- Michael Bull, Professor of Sound Studies, University of Sussex
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Don Ihde is distinguished professor of philosophy, emeritus, at Stony Brook University.
Preface: Prereflections on Science, Technologies and Sonification Part One: A Sono and Sightscape: Locating Acoustic Technologies Chapter One: Introduction: Sound beyond Sound and Light beyond Light Chapter Two: Imaging: A Second Scientific Revolution Chapter Three: Animals and Robots Chapter Four: Does Postphenomenology have a Bat Problem? Part Two: Dimensional or "Case" Studies for Auditory Capacities Chapter Five Music: Technologies-Musics-Embodiment Chapter Six: Synthesizing Sounds Chapter Seven: Prostheses: Embodying Hearing Devices Chapter Eight: Listening to Cancer Chapter Nine: Acoustics below the Surface Chapter Ten: Multimedia-Multitasking-Multistability Epilogue: Are we Posthuman?