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At the end of this slides, the students should be able to:
1. discuss what technology reveals;
2. examine modern technology and its role in human flourishing; and
3. explain the role of art in a technological world,

At the end of this slides, the students should be able to:
1. discuss what technology reveals;
2. examine modern technology and its role in human flourishing; and
3. explain the role of art in a technological world,

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Poiesis, questioning, enframing

  1. 1. Human Flourishing in Science and Technology  Poiesis  Questioning  Enframing By Prof. Liwayway Memije-Cruz
  2. 2. Poiesis • In philosophy it is "the activity in which a person brings something into being that did not exist before." • etymologically means "to make". • poiesis as the blooming of the blossom, the coming-out of a butterfly from a cocoon, the plummeting of a waterfall when the snow begins to melt.
  3. 3. TECHNOLOGY AS POIESIS: APPLICABLE TO MODERN TECHNOLOGY?
  4. 4. Modern Technology
  5. 5. Modern Technology to Martin Heidegger • Challenging since it is very aggressive in activity. • A mode of revealing – never comes to an end and happens on our own time. • Challenges nature and demands resources for human consumption and storage. • The age of switches, standing reserve and stockpiling for its own sake
  6. 6. QUESTIONING AS A PIETY OF THOUGHT
  7. 7. PIETY
  8. 8. Piety • the quality of being religious or reverent. synonyms: devoutness, devotion, piousness, religiousness, religion, holiness, godliness, sanctity, sanctitude, saintliness, devotion to God, veneration, reverence, faith, religious duty, spirituality, sacredness, religious zeal, fervor, pietism, religiosity • a belief or point of view that is accepted with unthinking conventional reverence. synonyms: dutifulness, obedience, deference, duty, respect, respectfulness, compliance, acquiescence, tractability, tractableness;
  9. 9. Piety for Heidegger • Piety is obedience and submission • be submissive in what his/her thoughts and reflections elicit. • who or what we essentially in the world • Questioning to know the truth of who he/she is as a being in this world.
  10. 10. Human beings and everything around us, are made of the same substance that constitutes the stars: therefore we are stardust. • It is when we start questioning that we submit ourselves to our thoughts.
  11. 11. ENFRAMING: WAY OF REVEALING IN MODERN TECHNOLOGY
  12. 12. Enframing • way of revealing in modern technology • way of looking at reality • human orientation in technology • the essence of technology • putting nature in a box or in a frame so that it can be better understood and controlled according to people’s desire • Poiesis is concealed in enframing as nature is viewed as orderable and calculable system of information • done because people want security.
  13. 13. Enframing is done because of security despite violence.
  14. 14. Calculative Thinking • One orders and puts a system to nature so it can be understood better and controlled • Example: whenever we plan, research, and organize, we always reckon with conditions that are given. We take them into account with the calculated intention of their serving specific purposes. This we can count on definite results. This calculation is the mark of all thinking that plans and investigates.
  15. 15. Meditative Thinking • one lets nature reveal itself to him/her without forcing it. • what we have in mind when we say that contemporary man is in flight from thinking.
  16. 16. ART AS A WAY OUT OF ENFRAMING
  17. 17. Poiesis and Enframing • Enframing, as a mode of revealing tends to block poiesis. • Poetry found in nature can no longer be appreciated when nature is enframed. • In modern technology, the way of revealing is no longer poetic, it is challenging.
  18. 18. When instruments are observed linearly, its poetry can no longer be found. Watermill Hydropower Plant
  19. 19. First iPhone model as an obsolete piece of machine
  20. 20. Art as a way out of Enframing • With art we are able to see the poetic in nature , in reality. • It leads us away from calculative thinking towards meditative thinking. • Through meditative thinking, nature is art par excellence. • Nature is the most poetic.
  21. 21. Reference: • https://www.researchgate.net/publication/2 29569355_A_Field_Guide_to_ Heidegger_Understanding_'The_ Question_Concerning_Technology‘ • https://www.iwm.at/wp- content/uploads/jc-09-03.pdf

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