[Ebook] ↠ Globalization and the Posthuman Author William S. Haney II – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Globalization and the Posthuman Globalization And The Posthuman Argues That By Globalizing Posthumanism Through Biotechnology, Particularly Through The Invasive Interface Of Humans And Machines, We May Well Interfere With And Even Undermine The Innate Quality Of Human Psycho Physiology And The Experience Of The Internal Observer, The Non Socially Constructed Self Or Pure Consciousness Further, Many Features Of Globalization In And Of Itself Such As The Fall Of Public Man, The Exterritorialization Of Capital, The Loss Of An Impersonal Public World To Localized Communities Based On Emotively Shared Interests Combined With The Posthuman Expansion Of Biotechnology Will Diminish Our Natural Capacity To Experience The Self As Knower And Lead To An Increase In Global Crime, Sickness, Accident Rates And Overall Lack Of Harmony The Experience Of The Self Comprises The Unsayable Secret Of Modern And Postmodern Literature And Art, A Secret That May Soon Become Inaccessible If The World Continues Down The Road Of Globalized Infomania The Analysis Of The Consequences Of Globalization And The Posthuman In This Book Is Unique In That It Will Be The First To Examine The Interrelation Between Globalization, Posthumanism And Pure Consciousness Posthumanists Define Consciousness In A Way That Promotes The Globalization Of Biotechnology Without Regard For Its Potential Risks This Book Explores The Implications Of The Globalization Of The Posthuman Model Of Consciousness On The One Hand, Cognitive Scientists Tend To Equate Consciousness With Subjectivity, Which They Associate With The Thinking Mind As An Extension Of The Body, Nature And Culture Eastern Philosophy, On The Other Hand, Distinguishes Mind From Consciousness, With Mind Defined As The Content Of Consciousness Bionic Technology Will Have The Effect Of Raising Human Metabolism And Preventing The Mind From Settling Down To The State Of Least Excitation Of Consciousness This Book Suggests That While Conscious Content Is An Indispensable Aspect Of Both The Human And Posthuman Condition, The Thoughts, Memories, Feelings And Perceptions Of This Content Do Not Encompass A Vital Aspect Of Human Nature Attested To Not Only By The First Person Experience Of Many Millions Of People Around The World, But Also By The Records Of Both Classical And Modern Contemplative Traditions.


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  1. says:

    for all you posthumanists out there read this and know your enemy i do not know whether to call this alarmist, or just dissenting, of the general propaganda and unthought approval of radical scientism for better living i took up this book because it promises to engage with sf texts known and read, though the beginning, intro, chapter one, seem to be mostly about something called eastern thought versus western science there are valid differences there are also exaggerations starting with characterization as either monolithic, essential, irreconcilable, and of the same, real, conflicting value this will lose certain thinkers with appeal to historic recounts of yogic flying eastern vs western thought, values of consciousness, mind, phenomenological substantive, humanism, mechanism, versus vedic thought as defined through centuries in the east this model is given a helpful word image, then unde...