By Claire Colebrook
"Death of the PostHuman undertakes a chain of severe encounters with the legacy of what had grow to be often called 'theory,' and its modern supposedly post-human aftermath. There should be no redemptive post-human destiny within which the myopia and anthropocentrism of the species reveals an go out and manages to emerge with ecology and lifestyles. whilst, what has emerge as often called the human - regardless of its normative depth - grants neither beginning nor severe lever within the Anthropocene epoch. demise of the PostHuman argues for a twenty-first century deconstruction of ecological and probably post-human futures."--Publisher's description.