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“Biz” Bu İşte Hep Beraberiz, Fakat Bir ve Aynı Değiliz
“We” Are in This Together, But We Are Not One and the Same

Author(s): Rosi Braidotti
Subject(s): Psychology, Social Philosophy, Sociology, Environmental interactions, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: COVID-19; pandemic; posthuman economy; ecological;
Summary/Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is a man-made disaster, caused by undue interference in the ecological balance and the lives of multiple species. Paradoxically, the contagion has resulted in increased use of technology and digital mediation, as well as enhanced hopes for vaccines and biomedical solutions. It has thereby intensified humans’ reliance on the very high-tech economy of cognitive capitalism that caused the problems in the first place. This combination of ambivalent elements in relation to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Sixth Extinction is the trademark of the posthuman condition.

  • Page Range: 117-131
  • Page Count: 15
  • Publication Year: 2022
  • Language: Turkish, English