La tecnología en la sociedad de fin de siglo

Teorema 17 (3):71-86 (1998)
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This paper discusses the history of human being as a process of increasing inadaptation from nature and, at the same time, of adaptation to the technocultural environment, which human beings have built upon nature. The components of this environment have been easily identifiable as artificial until this century. Nevertheless, we are now creating copies of natural entities--living beings among them--which are so well designed that it is almost impossible to be able to distinguish between original and replicas.
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