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Steve J. Hodges,David Werle,Gordon McLorie,Anthony Atala
The Scientific World Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2010.54
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Internet @ Europe: Overcoming institutional fragmentation and policy failure
Raymund Werle
European Integration Online Papers , 2001,
Abstract: For more than a decade the Internet was confronted with ignorance and resistance in many European countries. National and European technology policies were unfavorable to not invented here technologies and committed to open networks of a different kind. The incumbent network operators in telecommunications, most of them enjoying a monopoly status for a long time, declined tolerating deviant modes of data communication and service provision, which might trigger competition and uncontrollable use of their networks. This situation was not simply a matter of attitudes and beliefs of the managerial and political élite. It was rather an expression of constraints of a traditional institutional setting which had produced industry structures and industrial policy strategies that were not compatible with the Internet. Only recently can we observe changes. Telecoms liberalization in the European Union and the emergence of market competition in this industry coincide with a new Internet policy that recognizes the infrastructural significance of this network for a European information society and the need to involve Internet users in order to exploit the potential of this network.
Internet @ Europe: Overcoming institutional fragmentation and policy failure
Raymund Werle
European Integration Online Papers , 2001,
Abstract: For more than a decade the Internet was confronted with ignorance and resistance in many European countries. National and European technology policies were unfavorable to not invented here technologies and committed to open networks of a different kind. The incumbent network operators in telecommunications, most of them enjoying a monopoly status for a long time, declined tolerating deviant modes of data communication and service provision, which might trigger competition and uncontrollable use of their networks. This situation was not simply a matter of attitudes and beliefs of the managerial and political élite. It was rather an expression of constraints of a traditional institutional setting which had produced industry structures and industrial policy strategies that were not compatible with the Internet. Only recently can we observe changes. Telecoms liberalization in the European Union and the emergence of market competition in this industry coincide with a new Internet policy that recognizes the infrastructural significance of this network for a European information society and the need to involve Internet users in order to exploit the potential of this network.
Hegel e W. Benjamin: varia??es em torno da crise da arte na época moderna
Werle, Marco Aurélio;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2004000100002
Abstract: this article analyzes and compares hegel's and w. benjamin's reflections on the crisis of art in modern age, taking as its basis the resemblances and differences between (i) the thesis of the end of art, championed by the former, and (ii) the conception of aura decay in the work of art, posited by the latter. while w. benjamin sticks to the change in the concept of art brought on by technique, hegel considers the transformations in art from a broad historical point of view, from ancient times through modern age.
O mar e a alma: metáforas marinhas em território alem?o
Werle, Marco Aurélio;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732007000100015
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to explore some marine metaphors in the german thought from leibniz to goethe, with the intention to indicate how certain aesthetic ideas (the conception of soul, language, artistic creation and the dialectic relation between form and content) acquire development and importance to a new enlarged vision of human being, not more determinated by the understanding, but by unconscious and affective elements. the investigation search ideas from leibniz, winckelmann, herder, goethe and kant.
Heidegger e a produ??o técnica e artística da natureza
Werle, Marco Aurélio;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732011000400007
Abstract: the article examines how heidegger, by looking at nature, considers the technical and artistic ‘act of production’ (stellen) regarding certain crucial notions in the history of thought, from the foundational greek terms as techné, poíesis and physis, and its equivalent in latin translation, to its rearrangement in modern metaphysics.
A angústia, o nada e a morte em Heidegger
Werle, Marco Aurélio;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732003000100004
Abstract: this paper investigates the relationship between the concepts of fear, anguish, nothingness and death in heidegger's philosophy of existence. it points to the role of these existential phenomena in the transformation of "dasein", from the inauthenticity to the authenticity of its being.
Winckelmann, Lessing e Herder: estéticas do efeito?
Werle, Marco Aurélio;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732000000100002
Abstract: we analyse in this article, from the point of view of an aesthetics of the effect, the sources of the so called "aesthetics of goethe's time", according to the works of lessing, winckelmann and herder. our aim is to show that there are in those authors both an influence of the parameter of the effect, elicited by the work of art on the spectactor, and the pointing to a dimension, so to speak critical, idealistic and speculative of appreciation of the artistic phenomenon.
Direitos individuais e soberania popular em J. Locke
Denílson Luis Werle
PERI , 2012,
Abstract: Para além de uma interpreta o que apresenta a filosofia política de Locke como justificativa ideológica do individualismo possessivo, o artigo pretende destacar os elementos constitucionais e republicanos presentes nos Dois Tratados sobre o Governo, examinando a tens o entre direitos individuais e soberania popular no liberalismo político de Locke.
Do pensamento à poesia: Heidegger e H lderlin
Marco Aurelio Werle
Philósophos : Revista de Filosofia , 2007, DOI: 10.5216/phi.v3i2.11272
Abstract: O autor investiga as várias referencias de Heidegger à concep o poética de H lderlin para mostrar como ela é decisiva para determinar o conjunto da compreens o de filosofia e de linguagem heideggerianas.
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