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Billy Hall

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“Because the essence of technology is nothing technological, essential reflection upon technology and decisive confrontation with it must happen in a realm that is, on the one hand, akin to the essence of technology and, on the other, fundamentally different from it. Such a realm is art.” 

 

- Martin Heidegger "The Question Concerning Technology"


  Billy Hall received his BA in philosophy and English and MA in English from Brigham Young University. He is currently a PhD candidate in the University of California, Santa Barbara’s department of English working on a dissertation tentatively titled The Enlightenment Engine: Aesthetic Technology and the Production of Poetic Knowledge in British poetry 1740-1800.  His professional interests include eighteenth-century poetry and poetics, Enlightenment studies, philosophy of technology and the history of aesthetics.

 


 A Gliffy Diagram of William Collins' "Ode to Fear"

 

 

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