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Bendle, Mervyn F. “Teleportation, Cyborgs and the Posthuman Ideology.” Social Semiotics 12:1 (Apr. 2002): 45-62.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | biotechnology | capitalism | cults | cybernetics | cyborgs | economics | genetics | internet | Katherine Hayles | mythology | nanotechnology | popular sciences | posthumanism | social sciences | technology | teleportation | theory | transhumanism | utopia
  
Forbes, Nancy. Imitation of Life: How Biology is Inspiring Computing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: algorithms | artificial intelligence | automata | Biological Sciences | Computers & Digital Technology | evolution | genetics | John von Neumann | metaphor | modeling | nanotechnology | technology
  
Harris, Steven B. “A.I. and the Return of the Krell Machine.” Skeptic 9:3 (2002): 68-79.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: artificial intelligence | nanotechnology | nuclear energy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | science fiction
  
Hughes, James. Citizen Cyborg: Why Democratic Societies Must Respond To the Redesigned Human of the Future. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2004.
Medicine
Keywords: Biological Sciences | biotechnology | cybernetics | eugenics | medicine | nanotechnology | philosophy | social sciences
  
Johnston, John “Distributed Information: Complexity Theory in the Novels of Neal Stephenson and Linda Nagata.” Science Fiction Studies 28 (July 2001): 223-245.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: allegory | artificial intelligence | Biological Sciences | Bruce Sterling | chaos | computers and digital technology | Linda Nagata | nanotechnology | Neal Stephenson | rhetoric of science | science fiction | theory | Turing machines
  
Stafford, Barbara Maria. Leveling the New Old Transcendence: Cognitive Coherence in the Era of Beyondness. New Literary History 35 (Spring 2004): 321-338.
Theory
Keywords: artificial intelligence | beyondness | congnition | culture studies | genetics | knowledge | nanotechnology | neo-Platonism | neurobiology | phenomenology | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | romanticism | social sciences | technology | theory