EBOOK READ (Infrahumanisms) æ Megan H. Glick


  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Infrahumanisms
  • Megan H. Glick
  • English
  • 20 September 2020
  • 9781478001164

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Infrahumanisms

Read Infrahumanisms Infrahumanisms Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Megan H. Glick ì 0 characters In Infrahumanisms Megan H Glick considers how conversations surrounding nonhuman life have impacted a broad range of attitudes toward forms of human difference such as race sexuality and health She examines the history of human and nonhuman subjectivity as told through twentieth century scientific and cultural discourses that include pediatrics primatology eugenics exobiology and obesity research Outlining how t.

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Read Infrahumanisms Infrahumanisms Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Megan H. Glick ì 0 characters He category of the human is continuously redefined in relation to the infrahuman a liminal position of speciation existing between the human and the nonhuman Glick reads a number of phenomena from early twentieth century efforts to define children and higher order primates as liminally human and the postwar cultural fascination with extraterrestrial life to anxieties over AIDS SARS and other cross species diseas.

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Read Infrahumanisms Infrahumanisms Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Megan H. Glick ì 0 characters Es In these cases the efforts to define a universal humanity create the means with which to reinforce notions of human difference and maintain human nonhuman hierarchies In foregrounding how evolving definitions of the human reflect shifting attitudes about social ineuality Glick shows how the consideration of nonhuman subjectivities demands a rethinking of long held truths about biological meaning and differenc.