Reading, writing, calculating, painting, planning, designing, storing and coding are among our basic cultural techniques. But also decision-making, judging and governing are practices that acquire a culture-forming function through a specific use of signs and technical artifacts. The interdisciplinary course of study focuses on the theoretical reflection and historical analysis of such cultural-technical actions and thus on the significance of artifacts in social contexts.
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