A premodern posthuman?

Provocative questions from yesterday’s reading: “In what sense can there be said to be a premodern posthuman? One might approach the question from the perspective of Disability Studies, a critical movement that interrogates the fringes and limits of human experience – although most of its practitioners would be unlikely to define their object as such. Indeed, such a formulation runs counter to many disability scholars’ commitment to the destigmatization of disability and also to the study of cultural constructs of bodily difference.” Julie Singer, “Toward a transhuman model of medieval disability”

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