Posthumanism questions the self-evident status of human beings by exploring how technology is changing what can be categorised as `human', e.g. cyborgs and humanoid robots. In this book, the author applies a posthumanist lens to traditional learning theory, challenging conventional understanding of what a human learner can actually be. Posthuman Learning presents a new, inclusive, posthuman learning theory, designed to keep up with the transformations of human learning resulting from new technological experiences, as well as considering the expanding role of cyborg devices and robots in learning. This ground-breaking text will draw on research from across psychology, education, and anthropology.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 208
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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