Law & Critique: Technology elsewhere, (yet) phantasmically present
Kalule, P. (2019). Law & Critique: Technology elsewhere, (yet) phantasmically present. Critical Legal Thinking.
The present blog piece is in response to my paper in Law and Critique ‘On the Undecidability of Legal and Technological Regulation’ (available here). Rather than writing this alone I decided to write it with Justin Joque (in relation) as I felt that my work draws from and repeats much of his thought in Deconstruction Machines: Writing in the Age of Cyberwar. And so, together in this piece we are concerned with exploring some of the overlapping themes that appear in our work. We touch on aspects such as the monolithic nature of regulation and privacy and address questions arising from the article concerning regulation and risk that continue to permeate contemporary ethical-legal discussions.
|Keywords||technology, regulation, deconstruction|
|Publisher||Critical Legal Thinking|
|Web address (URL)||https://criticallegalthinking.com/2019/08/16/law-critique-technology-elsewhere-yet-phantasmically-present/|
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|16 Aug 2019|
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|Deposited||08 Dec 2022|
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