For this week’s assignment I’ve chosen to recommend Andy Clark and David J. Chalmer’s paper: The Extended Mind. The paper
Making kin not babies
In “Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Planatationoce, Chthulucene: Making Kin” Donna Haraway builds on her notions from “A cyborg Manifesto”. Focusing on the
Staying-with the Trouble: Haraway and the Cthulhucene
I saw a presentation of the ideas in Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Cthulucene and Anna Tsing’s The Mushroom
Donna, Bruno and other all-too-posthumanist seducers
In an ongoing reflection on the potential and paradoxes of a posthumanist take on the world and its worldings, I
Sorry – I don’t read Sci-Fi books, see Sci-Fi films or play Sci-Fi games. Thinking machines of posthuman worlds. Is
Down the hole up the ladder
The protagonist in Edward Bulwer-Lutton’s “The Coming Race” ends up in an utopian parallel univers underneath the surface of the
Becoming bird, becoming Other – glimpses of affect and affirmation in The Coming Race
Bulwer-Lytton’s narrative describes a precarious human species as “the child (of the nether valley) could have killed me as easily
The End of Distinction – Posthuman Spirituality?
The posthuman condition introduces a qualitative shift in our thinking about what exactly is the basic unit of common reference
Posthumanist methodology – a matter of de-mattering?
Being inspired by the concept of ‘becoming’, I set out to explore human non-human intra-action creating a durational site-specific performative