Posthumanism

The technocrafted posthuman: introducing cyborganics.

Abstract: The augmented human, whether in the form of quantifying wearable technologies or extended into the cyborg, continues the Cartesian trajectory of liberating spirit from matter. Reductionist calculation replaces the inconvenient unruliness of organic matter, with predictable precision and orderliness.

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The technocrafted posthuman: introducing cyborganics.

Abstract: The augmented human, whether in the form of quantifying wearable technologies or extended into the cyborg, continues the Cartesian trajectory of liberating spirit from matter. Reductionist calculation replaces the inconvenient unruliness of organic matter, with predictable precision and orderliness.

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Cyborganic wearables: sociotechnical misbehavior and the evolution of non-human agency

Introduction:  The following chapter posits that the evolution of wearable technology into our materials and our bodies represent opportunities for an expanded understanding of what it means to be human, augmenting human perception and sensual capacity. This technogenesis of the

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Cyborganic wearables: sociotechnical misbehavior and the evolution of non-human agency

Introduction:  The following chapter posits that the evolution of wearable technology into our materials and our bodies represent opportunities for an expanded understanding of what it means to be human, augmenting human perception and sensual capacity. This technogenesis of the

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Crafting sympoietic artifacts: Making sonic needlepoint with nonhuman partners.

Abstract: Craft-based approaches are increasingly gaining attention in the field of HCI and interaction design research. These approaches require the development of a wide array of acute sensitivities towards both physical and digital materials and their composite qualities; skills which

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Crafting sympoietic artifacts: Making sonic needlepoint with nonhuman partners.

Abstract: Craft-based approaches are increasingly gaining attention in the field of HCI and interaction design research. These approaches require the development of a wide array of acute sensitivities towards both physical and digital materials and their composite qualities; skills which

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