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Posthumanist learning : what robots and cyborgs teach us about being ultra-social
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  • Posthumanist learning : what robots and cyborgs teach us about being ultra-social
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  • Routledge, London ; New York : 2020
  • 2020
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • ix, 349 pages illustrations 24 cm
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Jibo's "empty curiosity" -- The robot is present -- Postumanist learning in education -- The lamentations of an uneducated daughter -- MOOC in Kelly writers house -- Emotional collectives -- Meeting the Mars pathfinder -- Particle in cigar entanglements -- Robots in a storied world -- Olimpia's yawns -- Telenoid in the lab -- The materiality of words -- Becoming physicists -- What robots are really like -- Socio-material concepts formation -- Materialising robots -- Ignorance in the collective of collectives -- Silent drawing -- Learning with cyborg technology -- Feeling the world -- Extended mindful bodies -- The ship collective of collectives -- Ignorance by proxy -- Learning like Tay -- The clash of ultra-socials.
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  • "In this text Hasse 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 book draws on research from across psychology, education, and anthropology to present a truly interdisciplinary examination of the relationship between technology, learning and humanity. Posthumanism questions the self-evident status of human beings by exploring how technology is changing what can be categorised as "human". In this book, the author applies a posthumanist lens to traditional learning theory, challenging conventional understanding of what a human learner is, and considering how technological advances are changing how we think about this question. Throughout the book Hasse uses vignettes of her own research and that of other prominent academics to exemplify what technology can tell us about how we learn and how this can be observed in real-life settings. Posthumanist Learning is essential reading for students and researchers of posthumanism and learning theory from a variety of backgrounds, including psychology, education, anthropology, robotics and philosophy." -- Provided by publisher.
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  • 1138125172
  • 9781138125179
  • 9781138125186
  • 1138125180
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In this text Hasse 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 book draws on research from across psychology, education, and anthropology to present a truly interdisciplinary examination of the relationship between technology, learning and humanity.

Posthumanism questions the self-evident status of human beings by exploring how technology is changing what can be categorised as "human". In this book, the author applies a posthumanist lens to traditional learning theory, challenging conventional understanding of what a human learner is, and considering how technological advances are changing how we think about this question. Throughout the book Hasse uses vignettes of her own research and that of other prominent academics to exemplify what technology can tell us about how we learn and how this can be observed in real-life settings.

Posthumanist Learning is essential reading for students and researchers of posthumanism and learning theory from a variety of backgrounds, including psychology, education, anthropology, robotics and philosophy.

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