Con Texte 2 (1):28-32 (2018)

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Steven Umbrello
Università di Torino
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Defining posthumanism as a single, well-oriented philosophy is a difficult if not impossible endeavour. Part of the reason for this difficulty is accounted by posthumanism’s illusive origins and its perpetually changing hermeneutics. This short paper gives a brief account of the ecological trend in contemporary posthumanism and provides a short prescription for the future of posthumanist literature and potential research avenues
Keywords posthumanism  ecology  ecological thought  modernism  metaphilosophy
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