The End After the End

(and its images during the hyper-historic collapse)


  • Santiago Morilla Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain


We inhabit an extensive assembly of technical and technological, biological, computer,conceptual infrastructures, etc. that has symbiotically blended with the human being,establishing a habitable environment and a network of interdependencies shared with othernon-humans. It is in this framework where technology has taken over while radicallyreconfiguring the conditions that affect our processes of subjectivation. Not in vain, thephilosopher Luciano Floridi proposes the term "Hyperhistory" to designate the periodcharacterized by our complete technological dependence, and by the current cyberneticcontingencies managed mostly by non-human agents.


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Morilla, S. (2021). The End After the End: (and its images during the hyper-historic collapse) . ARCHIVO PAPERS, 1(2). Retrieved from