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Uneven, the way most anthologies are, but on the whole quite good--I especially liked the article by my friend Nikki Sullivan, on the ethics of cosmetic surgery, Neil Badmington's on posthumanism, Theresa Geller's on film, and the conversation between Margaret Grebowitz and Emily Zakan on feminist technoscience. I've always found Lyotard's writing to be far more interesting and useful to me than either Derrida or Lacan, a close second to Foucault. It's great to find a collection of essays by peo...more