Dr Daniel Nemenyi πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

My academic writing tends to involve conceptual histories of self-regulating systems. My doctoral thesis, What is an internet? Norbert Wiener and the society of control (2019), was completed at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University, as was my MA in Modern European Philosophy. I am an editor of Radical Philosophy and a visiting fellow at the Department of Digital Humanities, KCL. I enjoy writing about and in code, especially in LaTeX, Emacs Lisp and Python. My pronouns are he/him. I'm sporadically active on Gitlab, GitHub and Twitter.

Blog β˜•

Writing beyond procrastination
HS2 Rebellion and the 'mad risk' of tunnel activism
Hello world! (5 Nov 2020)
Launching my blog

Talks πŸ“’

6 Oct 2021: Splinternet and globalisation: Two early models of internet opposed (4S)
@ 4S Annual Meeting (167. Splinternets), University of Toronto / Online
13 Nov 2020: The Conflicting Determinations of Norbert Weiner and Leibniz (YouTube)
@ Indeterminate Futures / The Future of Indeterminacy (info), University of Dundee

Publications πŸ–Š

A conceptual history of homeostasis 2021
Distributed Perception: Resonances and Axiologies, Routledge
Forthcoming
Position paper July 2019
Terra Critica
A reading of Alexandre KoyrΓ©'s 'The Political Function of the Modern Lie' and Stuart Hall’s 'The Meaning of New Times'
What is an internet? Norbert Wiener and the society of control February 2019
PhD thesis supervised by Prof. Howard Caygill at CRMEP, Kingston Univeristy
Radical Philosophy
Radical Philosophy
The Remnant: A politico-Theological Critique 2012
MA dissertation supervised by Prof. Howard Caygill at CRMEP, Kingston University

Projects 🎣

Member of journal's editorial collective and lead of its technical things
Developing Yiddish tech, including a keyboard layout for Windows and macOS. Formerly called Shretl.org