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Human, All Too (Post)Human: The Humanities After Humanism

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The contemporary has marked itself off from modernity by questioning its humanism that centers the world around the human as the moral subject of free will and self-determination, the bearer of universal essence that is the basis of human rights. Modernism normalizes humanism through language as referential, a set of interrelated signs that correspond to the empirical real ...more
Hardcover, 252 pages
Published June 6th 2016 by Lexington Books
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Dr. Cotter earned her B.A. in Women’s Studies and her M.A. in English and Textual Studies from Syracuse University. She holds her Ph.D. in Critical Literary and Cultural Studies from The University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Cotter’s scholarly writings in critical literary and cultural studies, feminism, world literature and culture, pedagogy and the humanities have appeared in such books as Stories in Po ...more