[NetBehaviour] Ramon Llull and Network Thinking

Maria Farràs mfarras at cccb.org
Tue Jul 12 14:35:21 CEST 2016

Dear coleagues, 

Tomorrow at CCCB we are opening the exhibition The Thinking Machine. Ramon Llull and the ars combinatoria (http://www.cccb.org/en/exhibitions/file/the-thinking-machine/223672) exploring whether the philosopher should be seen as a forerunner of the new information technologies.

To shed some light on the issue we published a post: Ramon Llull and Network Thinking by anna Punsoda

The road that leads from Ramon Llull to Alan Turing is long, complicated and replete with projections conditioned by the world view of our own times. However, although not all Ramon Llull scholars see the philosopher as a precursor of computer science, many of them do tend to agree in considering Ars Magna-the work, finished in 1308, which Llull presented in several phases and simplified versions-as a mainstay of combinatorial reasoning and network thinking.

The URL: http://blogs.cccb.org/lab/en/article_ramon-llull-i-el-pensament-en-xarxa/  

We hope you like it and specially you come visit the exhibition.

Best regards from Barcelona,

Maria Farràs / 
933 064 100
@cccblab / Blog del CCCB LAB

Montalegre, 5. 08001 Barcelona
T 933 064 100 / http://www.cccb.org

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