A clipping from the Pierre Laszlo’s “Chemical Analysis as Dematerialization”

  

Matter, held at a distance within the probe of instruments, is converted there into electronic signals. Matter serves only as prime material for information production. Chemical analysis converts instrumentalized readings into informational statements.

 

HYLE–International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry, Vol. 4 (1998), No. 1 , pp. 29-38

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