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Jura Gentium Cinema
Agustín Berti y Andrea Torrano.
Contemporary reflection on these beings and their limits, and how we could all be cyborgs today, as biologist Donna Haraway suggests in her ?Cyborg Manifesto?, has found its way to the screen and has opened up a debate that goes well beyond science fiction and mainstream cinema. Cyborgs have become a metaphor for discussions on ethics, biopolitics, gender, migration, medicalisation and digitalisation as well as the classic discussions on the nature-culture opposition and the limits of humanness. This dossier presents different, and sometimes controversial, characterisations of cyborgs in the screen and their implications. In this sense, the cyborg issue goes well beyond science fiction, and also looks into class B comedies and documentaries.
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