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A PERSONAL POST(HUMAN)SCRIPT: FURTHER READING/READING FURTHER

G. THOMAS COUSER
Biography
Vol. 35, No. 1, (POST)HUMAN LIVES (winter 2012), pp. 190-197
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23540940
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Abstract

Posthumanist life writing expresses what humanist life writing has historically suppressed or denied—the reality that, individually and collectively, humans are deeply dependent on each other (especially at the beginning and end of life); on other species (for sustenance, labor, raw material, and companionship); and of course, to an increasing extent, on technology.

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