The title of this book (also referred to in the antetext as "book") is given in several variants of imagologies media philosophy. It has been regularized at the head of this review to a conventional title format, thus betraying on the part of the reviewer a linear-mindedness probably inimical to the open pluralistic presentational intentions of the authors. But that is all right: each reader will necessarily generate an individual meaning of this stylish book /counter-book by dint of sustained scrutiny of its elaborately graphic deconstruction.
Gillies, D. J. (1995). Imagologies: Media Philosophy [Review of Imagologies: Media Philosophy by M. Taylor & E. Saarinen]. Canadian Journal of Communication, 20(4).