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Barton Friedland
Works at Warwick Business School
Attended Boston University, Stanford University, Mills College
Lives in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
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The internet promotes the importance of its technologies in whatever way it can
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Existential plurality
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What distinguishing subjects from objects obscures
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Measurements make worlds
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Computation and human thought
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The internet promotes the importance of its technologies in whatever way it can
“Information does not make worlds or space. It does not usher in a new era of community. There are no new virtual cities on the horizon in which we may dwell. Cyberspace as a concept features in the rhetorical praxis of a community intent on promoting the i...
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Existential plurality
“There are many ways of looking at social institutions. We can take an economic or an anthropological perspective. Or we can adopt a literary or a political approach. All of these contribute something to our understanding, while none represents the complete...
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What distinguishing subjects from objects obscures
“On the epistemological front, the subject/object distinction has the curious effect of leading the epistemologist to focus on propositions and representations alone, largely ignoring the role that practices and nonhuman actors play in knowledge-production....
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Measurements make worlds
“Measurements are agential practices, which are not simply revelatory but performative: they help constitute and are a constitutive part of what is being measured. In other words, measurements are intra-actions (not interactions): the agencies of observatio...
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“There is no support to be found and no depth to be had for this bottomless chessboard where being is set in play.” - Derrida, J., 1982. Différance. In Margins of Philosophy . Brighton: Harvester Press, pp. 278–301., p. 296
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Doctoral Candidate
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  • Warwick Business School
    Doctoral Candidate, present
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Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
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San Francisco, CA - Atlanta, GA - New York, NY - San Francisco, CA - Los Angeles, CA - London, UK - Provincetown, MA - Berlin, Germany
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Introduction
I am a Doctoral candidate in the Information Systems and Management group at the Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick. My research interests lie in relationships that form between people and computational objects in organisational settings and the way these impact identity, leadership, and organisation. In particular, I am interested in the interplay between leadership practices and performance as mediated through technology.  
Education
  • Boston University, Stanford University, Mills College
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