Post Tagged with: "posthuman"

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

If last century was more about freeing the carbon than it was about freeing humanity from its chains, this century could be able to understand our posthuman condition.

The Subjects of Posthuman IR

The Subjects of Posthuman IR

The notion of the posthuman considered in biological or functional terms is of course interesting and important, but it is the human subject that matters to politics.

Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene

Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene

The Anthropocene compels us to acknowledge how security interacts with diverse lifeworlds that exist around humans, acting in ways both pacific and threatening.

Between Radical Posthumanism and Weak Anthropocentrism

Between Radical Posthumanism and Weak Anthropocentrism

Analysing posthuman-ness calls into question whether posthuman IR is posthuman as none of IR’s posthumanesque disquisitions develop an ontology of the international.

‘Posthuman Security’: Reflections from an Open-ended Conversation

‘Posthuman Security’: Reflections from an Open-ended Conversation

Posthuman security discourse places both of its key terms ‘posthumanism’ and ‘security’ in constant question and refuses closure into any particular vision of either.

Posthuman International Relations

Posthuman International Relations

A discussion of the posthuman and its relationship to the study of International Relations cannot be narrowly defined, nor can one voice provide conclusive definitions.

Open Access Book – Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations

Open Access Book – Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations

In contrast to binary views, this book (re)entagles the complexities found within the world and brings forward a plurality of views on posthumanism. Edited by Clara Eroukhmanoff & Matt Harker.

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