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Human, all too (post)human : the humanities after humanism

Author: Jennifer Cotter
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2016]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Human, all too (post)human
Lanham : Lexington Books, 2016
(DLC) 2016011884
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Cotter
ISBN: 1498505740 9781498505741
OCLC Number: 945072693
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 244 pages)
Contents: Introduction: Posthumanism and the Evacuation of Critique - Jennifer Cotter, Kimberly DeFazio, Robert Faivre, Amrohini Sahay, Julie P. Torrant, Stephen Tumino, and Rob WilkieI: "Natural" Life and "Species" Life1 The New Class Common-Sense: Biopolitics, Posthumanism, and Love - Jennifer Cotter2 Loving Transnationalism: Spiritualizing Class in House of Sand and Fog - Amrohini SahayII: New Materialisms, Object Ontologies, and Class Totalities3 "Theory Too Becomes a Material Force": Militant Materialism or Messianic Matterism? - Stephen Tumino4 Mind over Matter and Other Posthumanist Feminist Tales - Julie P. Torrant5 Ghostly Objectivity: Commodity Fetishism, Animated Monsters, and the Posthuman Object - Rob WilkieIII: Theory in the Common, Theory in the Commune6 The Commune, NOT the Common - Kimberly DeFazio7 Posthumanist Metaphysics and the Necessity of Dialectics - Robert FaivreIV: Disaster Theory8 The "Event-al" Logic of Disaster: On "Left" Exinctionism - Jennifer Cotter, Kimberly DeFazio, Robert Faivre, Amrohini Sahay, Julie P. Torrant, Stephen Tumino, and Rob Wilkie
Responsibility: edited by Jennifer Cotter, Kimberly DeFazio, Robert Faivre, Amrohini Sahay, Julie Torrant, Stephen Tumino, and Rob Wilkie.


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