Getting Wired: War, Commerce and the Nation-State

  • Andrew Murphie
  • John Potts


Gilles Deleuze once stated that ‘we ought to establish the basic sociotechnological principles of control mechanisms as their age dawns …’ (1995: 182). Is there a dawn today of new ‘sociotechnological’ principles of control? At the same time, is the movement towards control futile? It may seem so in the face of the increased complexity of the world created by the very same instruments meant to provide control.


Technical Control Network Society Network Economy Digital Economy Network Capital 
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© Andrew Murphie and John Potts 2003

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  • Andrew Murphie
  • John Potts

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