“Posthumanism is distinct from anti-humanism because it doesn’t seek to abolish the human. Instead, it rejects anthropocentrism in favor of a decentred human in ‘interdependence with multiple others.'”
About Jacob Vangeest
Jacob Vangeest is currently studying social and political thought through the New Centre for Research and Practice. His research interests include the study of power in information, technology, and religion. He enjoys reading, hiking, and drinking tea.
Entries by Jacob Vangeest
“In The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology Slavoj Žižek reads Christ’s death on the cross as a hopeful one for Christians. For Žižek, Christ signals to the believers his death is good news because ‘It means you are alone, left to your freedom. Be in the Holy Ghost, Holy Spirit, which is just the community of believers.'”
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