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Resolution Dispute 0011: Institutions and Tactics.
In the 1970s Joseph Goguen and Rod Burstall wrote that ‘institution’ refers to a slightly more compound framework, that deals with the growing complexities, connecting different logical systems (such as databases and programming languages) within computer sciences. A main result of these non-logical institutions is that different logical systems can be glued together at a substrata level, forming illogical frameworks through which computation also takes place.
The slides underneath are from the New Media class ‘Beyond Resolution’ taking as its central theme: Screenology and Tactical Media