Irina Lyubchenko

Irina Lyubchenko
George Brown College · School of Media and Performing Arts

PhD in Communication and Culture

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This article contributes to the study of an esoteric programming language, brainfuck. It proposes a novel view that brainfuck embodies a poetic turn in computer programming, which could be viewed in relationship to Giambattista Vico's historical concept of ricorso —return to an earlier age that Vico, without derogation, identified as barbaric and c...
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The term madness continues to perplex, to puzzle and to provoke. As such, questions about madness circulate around the place of madness across historical, cultural, and social boundaries. Regardless of the place that madness assumes in our world, madness can be understood as having the potential to liberate individuals from a society of control. Be...