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  1. The Biopolitical Embodiment of Work in the Era of Human Enhancement.Nicolas Le Dévédec - 2020 - Body and Society 26 (1):55-81.
    Human enhancement or the use of technoscientific and biomedical advances to improve human performance is a social phenomenon that has become increasingly significant in Western societies over the last 15 years or so, notably in the workplace. By focusing on the non-medical use of psychostimulants, and from a perspective that is both critical and exploratory, this article aims to show that human enhancement practices prefigure new forms of embodiment and interiorization of work that are contributing to a significant reconfiguration of (...)
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