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Will technomorphization, the reorganization of the organic based on the intelligent machine model, become the dominant model of our age? Has evolution entered a technological-scientific phase where humans no longer develop themselves in natural processes, but where the human body adapts itself to the parameters of this technological era?

In this book fourteen authors give their views on this blurring of borders and the fusion of the biological with the technological. Ideas about angels and robots, about viruses and mad cows. A world where machines are anthromorphized and where humans are technomorphized. And if only the glare of our monitors is left to illuminate us, isn"t it time to build a museum for the sun?


An important piece of work relating to humans and technology.

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Publication > book TechnoMorphica V2_Publishing

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