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“It was no longer a pure story of human or, as I have occasionally supposed, post-human evil, but simply abnormal psychology in a brilliant mind.”
“The 70s new weird was "not your dad's SF" and the 80s cyberpunk wasn't your dad's SF, and the 90s/00s post-human wasn't your dad's SF.”
“Piccinini, in her mid-40's, is warm and open when we meet, and offers to lead me through her show describing the myriad creatures that populate her post-human world.”
“It's an interesting post-human world and definitely a space opera.”
“•Tonight's outing of History's new Life After People (10 ET/PT) postulates the post-human life of plants.”
“When people hear the phrase intelligence augmentation, they tend to envision people with computer chips plugged into their brains, or a genetically engineered race of post-human super-geniuses.”
“Perhaps there is something digital and post-human about it all, a new sense of self that is no longer bounded by being inside your own skin, but penetrated – as by a needle – by social media and constant internet information, so you feel part of a larger entity, that imprints itself on your body.”
“Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, to 4 MarRCMustafa Hulusi's latest film, The EMPTY Near East, chronicling a new Eden on a post-human Cyprus, builds on his mysterious conflation of politics and commercial culture.”
“Some of the stories in "City" by Clifford Simak (post-human)”
“It is the picture of Ilse Koch, “reclining on a couch” surrounded by adoring Waffen-SS officers, all of them bathed in the post-human light of her lampshades, that must be banished, Gerard says, if he will ever fully return to the living.”
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