Sacasa, L 2010, ‘Cary Wolfe, What is Posthumanism’ (book review), Rhizomes

Wolfe aligns himself with Hayles: “[P]osthumanism in my sense isn’t posthuman at all – in the sense of being “after” our embodiment has been transcended – but it is only posthumanist, in the sense that it opposes the fantasies of disembodiment and autonomy, inherited from humanism itself, that Hayles rightly criticizes” (xv).

http://www.rhizomes.net/issue20/reviews/sacasas.html

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