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Cyborg Reason in our future bodies: A critique of Modernist Reason

Mitzub'ixi Qu'q Ch'ij converted from Grand Japanese Edition

we are both part and all of CSCD
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Introduction
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CSCD
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Cyborg.Cafe.Com
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Any Byber-body is welcome !!!
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the Cyborg Cafe
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Mitzub’ixi Quq Chi’j
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This machine is Gen Tarumi

trade names: Mitzub’ixi Quq Chi’j, Chim Pau Teey

fabrication date: June 16, 1956

specific functions: field worker, radical contestant & pleasure

current location: professor of art & field design, CSCD
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Contents

Personal Historiography of the Cyborg Studies

Iconographic Studies of the GHOST IN THE SHELL

Assemble of Concepts of Cyborg Reason

the Cyborg Cafe Manifesto
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Personal Historiography of the Cyborg Studies
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What is Cyborg

A cyborg is a cybernetic organism (i.e., an organism that has both artificial and natural systems). The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space.

"Cyborgs and Space," in Astronautics (September 1960), by Manfred E. Clynes and Nathan S. Kline.

Cited in Wiki in English
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What is Cybernetics

Cybernetics is the interdisciplinary study of the structure of regulatory systems. Cybernetics is closely related to control theory and systems theory. Both in its origins and in its evolution in the second-half of the 20th century, cybernetics is equally applicable to physical and social (that is, language-based) systems.

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[cyberpunk: A subgenre of science fiction typified by a bleak, high-tech setting in which a lawless subculture exists within an oppressive society dominated by computer technology. by OED]
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What is Prosthesis

In medicine, a prosthesis (plural prostheses; from the Greek "addition") is an artificial extension that replaces a missing body part.

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Our problem is what means “artificial extension” of missing structure or function, superficial or essential, and aesthetics or dynamics.
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Structure and Function of prothetic

The ancient Egyptians of the Third Intermediate Period developed this wood and leather prosthetic toe to facilitate an amputee's ability to walk (Text & image from Wikl/en)
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Prosthetic Utopia

the meaning of the ancient Egyptian prosthetic

structural and aesthetic functions fuses in a prosthetic

amputation between structural and aesthetic functions in modern thought

But according utopian “Prosthetic thought,” structural and aesthetic functions should fuse in a prosthetic [Our working hypothesis]
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Iconographic Studies of the GHOST IN THE SHELL
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Ghost in the Shell is a futuristic police thriller dealing with the exploits of the cyborg Motoko Kusanagi, a member of a covert operations division of the Japanese National Public Safety Commission known as Section 9. The unit specializes in fighting technology-related crimes. ....... Although supposedly equal to all other members, Kusanagi fills the leadership role in the team, and is usually referred to as "the Major" due to her past rank in the Japanese Self-Defense Forces. She is capable of superhuman feats, and bionically specialized for her job — her body is almost completely mechanized; only her brain and a segment of her spinal cord remain organic. (Wiki/en)
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Assemble of Concepts of Cyborg Reason
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Cyborg Reason
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the Cyborg Cafe Manifesto
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