Technologized Desire

Technologized Desire

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Technologized Desire: Selfhood & the Body in Postcapitalist Science Fiction (2009) is a book of literary and cultural criticism by American author D. Harlan Wilson. The book analyzes the evolution of technology, the self, subjectivity, culture, commodity fetishism and capitalism as it has been represented by postmodern science fiction novels and films. Ultimately Wilson points to a postcapitalist subjectivity that is an extension of technocapitalism.

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