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Issue 20.1-2 cover by © Karolina Żyniewicz, photo: A. Bogdan (2021)

Published onMay 28, 2022
20.1-2 | Dismantling the Anthropocene: Beyond Binary Categorizations | Preview
To be published in July/August 2022.


Issue 20.1-2 cover by © Karolina Żyniewicz, photo: A. Bogdan (2021)


Editorial

Dismantling Anthropocene: Beyond Binary Categorizations

MONIKA MICHAŁOWSKA





Being Otherwise: On the Possibility of a Non-dualistic Approach in Feminist Phenomenology

MARZENA ADAMIAK

 

In Favor of a Hedonist Post-Pandemic Culture: Embodying New Technologies and Old Rituals

YVONNE FÖRSTER

 

On the Edges of Consciousnesses: Messaging Between Species

MARI KESKI-KORSU

 

Why Cyborgs Necessarily Feel

KLAUS GÄRTNER

 

Lévinas’s Débâcle: Looking for the Face(s) of the Human in the Twenty-First Century

MONIKA MURAWSKA

 

The Human Being as an Engineering Problem: Post-Biological Evolution, Transhumanism, and Philosophical Anthropology 

DAVID O BRIEN 


Vulnerability as a Queer Art

MARGHERITA PEVERE

 

“Welcome to the Neganthropocene”: Artistic Practices of Healing the Anthropocene in Matterlurgy’s Air Morphologies

JUSTYNA STĘPIEŃ

 

On Gods, Pixies and Humans: Biohacking and the Genetic Imaginary

MATYLDA SZEWCZYK

 

Contamination as Collaboration: Being-with in the Time of the Covid-19 Pandemic

KAROLINA ŻYNIEWICZ




Index




This page displays a table of contents to be published in the journal Technoetic Arts. Please refer to the publication that will be available in print from Intellect. Digital copies of the articles will be available from Ingentaconnect.
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