Genealogías de posthumanos. Narrativas, teoría crítica, estudios en animales y (más allá de) la revolución neolítica

Autors/ores

  • Antonio Lucci Institut für Kulturwissenschaft, Humboldt University (Berlin)

Resum

En la presente contribución se pretende reconstruir una genealogía de los discursos que hasta ahora han establecido como objetivo el análisis y el desarrollo teórico del concepto posthumano. Se dará particular consideración a tres paradigmas que el autor ha caracterizado, a saber:  el desarrollo del discurso póstumo a partir de su primera formulación teórica,  el discurso narrativo de la ciencia ficción, el de la crítica feminista a la subjetividad entendida como un bloque "falogocéntrico" (Derrida) y el de la crítica anti-antropocéntrica llevada a cabo por estudios en animales. En la última parte de la contribución, se presentará una tesis original sobre una declinación póstuma específica que está en diálogo con el reciente debate sobre el tema antropocénico.

Paraules clau

Posthumano, feminismo, estudios en animales, Antropoceno, Neolítico

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Biografia de l'autor/a

Antonio Lucci, Institut für Kulturwissenschaft, Humboldt University (Berlin)

Research assistant in Aesthetics of Cultural History and Theory

Publicades

24-12-2017

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