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HumanesisSound and Technological Posthumanism$
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David Cecchetto

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780816676446

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816676446.001.0001

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N. Katherine Hayles and Humanist Technological Posthumanism

N. Katherine Hayles and Humanist Technological Posthumanism

(p.63) 3 N. Katherine Hayles and Humanist Technological Posthumanism

David Cecchetto

University of Minnesota Press

Chapter 3 engages the work of Katherine Hayles in its attempt to think beyond deconstruction. Ultimately, the chapter argues that Hayles's posthumanism more readily connects (for better and worse) to an established system of human values than it does to the operations of the media that are its subject.

Keywords:   Sound, Digital culture, Posthumanism, New media, Performativity, Deconstruction, Affect

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