This chapter uses the posthuman to envision a creative identity based on complexity and cooperation, rather than the transcendent, unilinear arguments based on natural selection. In these metaphors, the ontology supported is one that renders multiple agents as worthy of care and regard by understanding the place of difference—not as threatening, but necessary.
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