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Van Lier, Henri. "1905 and Little Ne-homo." anthropogeny. humane sciences in a darwinian way 2005. Accessed 26 September. 2012. <http://www.anthropogeni ... nthropogeny/nemo_en.htm>. 
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Language: en: English
BibTeX citation key: VanLier2005a
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Keywords: "Dream of the Rarebit Fiend", "Little Nemo in Slumberland", Anthropology, Comic strip, McCay. Winsor, Sciences, USA
Creators: Van Lier
Collection: anthropogeny. humane sciences in a darwinian way
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“Let’s admit that specific works – even those that are distinguished – do not characterize a century in an anthropological manner, but that new media penetrating and transforming spirits from instant to instant do. Therefore, the two major anthropologic revolutions of the twentieth century are probably – more than Joyce or Picasso – Photography (Talbot, 1840) and Cartoons (McCay, 1905). Both are granular, quantal, digitalizing even in the analogical. They are at least as discontinuous as they are continuous. Both have the same evacuation of the ‘I’ to the benefit of an X-being. One century before philosophers realized this.”
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