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Title What is posthumanism? / Cary Wolfe.
Author Wolfe, Cary.
Publication Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2010]
Copyright date ©2010
Description xxxiv, 357 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Call # 149 W
Series Posthumanities ; 8
Posthumanities ; 8.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Meaning and event, or, systems theory and "the reconstruction of deconstruction" -- Language, representation, and species: cognitive science versus deconstruction -- Flesh and finitude: bioethics and the philosophy of the living -- "Animal studies," disciplinarity, and the (post)humanities -- Learning from Temple Grandin: animal studies, disability studies, and who comes after the subject -- From dead meat to glow-in-the-dark bunnies: the animal question in contemporary art -- When you can't believe your eyes (or voice): dancer in the dark -- Lose the building: form and system in contemporary architecture -- Emerson's romanticism, Cavell's skepticism, Luhmann's modernity -- The idea of observation at Key West: systems theory, poetry, and form beyond formalism -- The digital, the analog, and the spectral: echographies from my life in the bush of ghosts.
Subject Humanism.
Aesthetics -- Philosophy.
Deconstruction.
ISBN 9780816666140 (hc : alk. paper) :
0816666148 (hc : alk. paper)
9780816666157 (pb : alk. paper)
0816666156 (pb : alk. paper)

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