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ENVS 2100 Environment & Culture Second term quiz review
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Donna Haraway reading questions In what ways do you feel like a cyborg, or not? Bring some examples to class. How does what she writes about becoming a cyborg trouble the ideas we’ve been discussing about the boundaries between ‘real’ nature and ‘artificial’ nature? How are means/ends relationships changed by our cyborg status?
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This is where Benjamin comes in Benjamin is describing the conditions in which postmodernism became possible, as illustrated through the combination of art and technology Reproducibility reduces a certain kind of authenticity, and when that authenticity has high cultural/social value (is a grand narrative) the shock of that change ripples through all aspects of culture and society.
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More Postmodernism destabilizes authenticity, and without this what do we rely on for a grand narrative? Which brings us to Haraway
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“(H)ow to have simultaneously an account
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  • Fall '12
  • TimothyLeduc
  • Existentialism, Martin Heidegger, Arendt, Haraway reading questions, term quiz review

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