The Idea of Power
Volume 3, Issue 1 (2015)
Probably the majority of our “modern” children intuitively associate the Power icon (⏻) with the possibility of either activation or deactivation of all kinds of devices: starting with the toaster or vacuum cleaner and ending with more complicated and perhaps more fascinating items, such as smart phones, tablets, computers or game consoles. From Antiquity to Modern Times, the historical dynamics of our changing understanding of the idea of power recalls a child’s discovering of the world, as both are based on new dealings and correlations.
Michel Henri KowalewiczPreamble. The Idea of Power (en)
Reason and Will. Remarks on Augustine’s Idea of Power (en)
Michel Henri KowalewiczIpsa scientia potentia est! Die Idee der universitas zwischen Vergangenheit und Zukunft [Ipsa scientia potentia est! The Idea of universitas Between Past and Future] (de)