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An Interview with Tony David Sampson, Author of Virality: Contagion Theory in an Age of Networks
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He is reader in digital media cultures and communication at the University of East London. He works with UG and PG students from design, technology, media and communications and fine art. The Assemblage Brain argues that the assumed neurocorrelates between microlevel synaptic interactions and an emergent cognitive consciousness are very problematic. So all the references I make to our current Huxleyesque dystopia started to resonate beyond the more obvious references to Brave New World.
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I was given the impression that these two authors are regarded as quite controversial antagonists in orthodox theoretical neuroscience circles. In a roundabout way, they certainly made me rethink my whole approach to the kind of emotional neuroscience put forward by people like Damasio and LeDoux and the influence it has had on affect theory in particular. This one comes from a well-respected expert who was, I think, at the forefront of brain imaging technology.
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