A Transhuman World of Tomorrow

“The end-of-life procedures for our less affluence citizens in the lower classes, the face of a deceased loved one can be peeled off, preserved, and stretched over the head of a simple, animatronic robot so they can still be a part of someone’s life.” — 3rd Generation Emily in World of Tomorrow

“It comes both before and after humanism: before in the sense that it names the embodiment and embeddedness of the human being in not just its biological but also its technological world… and all of which comes before that historically specific thing called ‘the human’… But it comes after in the sense that posthumanism names a historical… development that points toward the necessity of new theoretical paradigms…” (Wolfe pg. 15)

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Kasey Lee

Kasey Lee

A first-year student at Coastal Carolina University enrolled and publishing content related to the ENGL 231: Film, New Media, and Culture course.