Index

Rethinking Ethics Through Hypertext

ISBN: 978-1-83867-426-7, eISBN: 978-1-83867-425-0

Publication date: 18 November 2019

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Garcia, D. (2019), "Index", Rethinking Ethics Through Hypertext, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 157-159. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-425-020191008

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Copyright © 2020 Dominic Garcia


INDEX

Actuality
, 8, 89, 107, 130, 132

artificial
, 11, 136

Hegelian notion
, 7, 8, 34, 126, 131, 135

Artificial discourse
, 97

Artificial intelligence (AI)
, 86, 87

Authentic discourse
, 117

allowing and providing
, 83

choice
, 84

contradictory
, 83

Cynics
, 86

deductive discourse
, 88

discursive activity. See Discursive activity

exploratory hypertext
, 95

formal discourse
, 82

giving testimony
, 92

parrhesia
, 83, 84, 86

parrhesiastes
, 84, 85

postmodern vision
, 83

truth-telling
, 84

Authentic expression
, 90

Authenticity. See also Authentic discourse
, 20

Axial hypertext
, 73

Being and Time
, 137

Categorization
, 105, 122, 139, 140

Communication
, 23, 24, 30, 118, 142

Communicative discourse
, 13, 21–24, 26, 46, 82, 113, 119

Competent speakers
, 113

Complexification
, 19, 100, 108, 115, 146

Complexify
, 19, 79

Complexity
, 82, 145

hypertextuality
, 105

linking hypertextual network
, 104

network hypertext
, 101, 102

opening up discourse
, 100

Computational turn
, 86

Consensus
, 25, 44, 49, 125

Contradiction
, 108, 110, 147

Contradictory
, 100, 110, 111, 137

Criminal offence
, 38, 76

Cynics
, 43, 86

Deductive discourse
, 88

Defreezement
, 19, 79, 82, 90, 145

artificial discourse
, 97

hypertextuality
, 100

interrogation
, 98

judgements
, 97

process of continuation
, 98

rotational movement
, 99

unilinearity
, 99

Dehumanizing
, 49

Discourse ethics
, 2, 17, 21, 30, 33–36

moral decision making
, 77

principle
, 34

reality
, 36

Discursive activity
, 86

choice
, 84

parrhesia
, 84

unilinear
, 85, 89

Discursive flexibility
, 37

Diversity
, 51, 67, 143

Emancipative path
, 21–56

Emancipatory discourse
, 141

Enlightenment
, 11, 112

Ethical deliberation
, 7

Ethics

discourse ethics. See Discourse ethics

techniques
, 57–59

transformations
, 81–105

Exploratory hypertext
, 95

Expressibility
, 112, 119, 127, 131

External reality
, 23

Formal discourse
, 82

Freedom of choice
, 14, 71

Freedom of expressability
, 71

Freedom of expression
, 11, 14, 71, 149

Frozen rotational path
, 99

Fusion of horizons
, 95, 107, 147

Generalizability of interest
, 31

Geometry
, 119

Gulf War
, 129

Habermasian approach
, 25

Habermasian notion
, 11

Habermasian path
, 21–36

Hegelian actualization process
, 131

Hermeneutic-existential as
, 137

Hermeneutics
, 93, 94, 123, 143

Homogeneity
, 36, 49, 111

Hypertext
, 1–20

constant unfolding
, 89

cybernetic system
, 116

homogeneity
, 111

philosophy
, 136

truth
, 146

Hypertextuality
, 1, 3

abstract possibility
, 91

actualization
, 136

axial hypertext
, 73

congeniality
, 148

defreezement
, 100

exhaustive interpretation
, 121

exposure
, 58

linking
, 71

Machiavelli’ s spirit
, 128

material possibility
, 69–70, 103

multiplicity of discursive paths
, 59

networked hypertext
, 68

parrhesia
, 86

patchwork
, 66

potentiality
, 57

reader’s ability
, 69

read-only hypertext
, 69

type
, 73

unilinearity
, 61

way of revealing
, 60

Hypertextual technologies
, 82, 132

Hypertextual writing
, 92, 93

Illocutionary force
, 22, 38

Imagination
, 122, 123, 132

Inauthentic discourse
, 119

Inauthenticity
, 130

Incoherent
, 110

Individuals
, 14, 38, 88

authenticity
, 83

inguistic and discursive agent
, 115

judgements
, 97

silencing
, 39

testimony
, 92, 95

Internal reality
, 23

Interpretation
, 112, 113, 134

Intersubjectivity
, 28, 30

Irrationality
, 61, 63

Kantian ethics
, 33

Kantian morality
, 29

Language-game
, 47

Legitimation
, 21, 45, 48, 51

Linguistic and experiential heterogeneity
, 52

Linking hypertextual network
, 71, 104

Lyotardian path
, 36–56

Meaningfulness
, 43, 67, 114, 116, 149

Multiplicity
, 51, 113

of discursive paths
, 9, 13, 82, 94, 118, 120

of fusion of horizons
, 94

of language games
, 50

of meanings
, 117

Multivariant narratives
, 10

Network hypertext
, 68, 101, 102, 105

Normative reality
, 23

Notions of language and meaning
, 111–118

Opening up discourse
, 100

Ordered representation
, 9

Paraduction
, 121

Paralogy
, 36, 50, 116, 117

Parrhesia
, 83

concept
, 91

discursive activity
, 84

risk-taking
, 85

Parrhesiastes
, 84, 85

Perlocutionary force
, 38

Phrases
, 52, 54, 141

Plaintiff
, 52, 53, 54

Post-revolutionary period
, 6

Post-truth culture
, 57–79, 107–144

Pre-truth era
, 130–144

Principle of universalizability
, 28

Process of continuation
, 98

Propositional content
, 22

Quasi-transcendental notion
, 27

Rationality
, 57–59, 130

Rationalization
, 17, 107, 109, 131, 133

Rational reconstruction
, 27

Read-only hypertext
, 69

Reasoning
, 1, 17, 119–120, 122, 148

Redemption
, 26, 29, 32, 139

Redundancy
, 116

Rhetoric
, 16, 24

Rotational hypertext
, 99

Rotational movement
, 99

Rotational network hypertext
, 100

Rules of discourse
, 28

Self-consciousness
, 115

Self-objectification
, 43

Silencing
, 39

Social relationships
, 22

Speech pragmatics
, 52

Testimony
, 53, 92, 95, 100

Textual criticism
, 11

Tradition
, 15, 93, 130

Transformations
, 81–105

Translation
, 133

Transmission of knowledge
, 45

Truth
, 119, 126, 129, 139, 143, 146

discourse ethics
, 37

discourse of justice
, 45

Habermas’ pragmatic theory
, 28, 34

intersubjectivity
, 28

method
, 95

post-truth culture
, 57–79, 107–144

pre-truth era
, 130–144

Unilinear discursive activity
, 85, 86, 88

Unilinear infrastructure of language
, 114, 120, 123, 126, 131

Unilinearity
, 2, 5, 36, 108, 109, 113

Aristotle’ s phenomenological approach
, 138

language
, 117

orthodoxy
, 119

truth
, 139

Validity claims
, 26–29, 33–35, 47, 68, 126

Victims
, 13, 14, 35, 37, 39, 52–55, 53

Vindication
, 29

Writing Space
, 9