Orland, Barbara Artifizielle Körper - lebendige Technik

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Dr. Barbara Orland ist geschäftsführende Oberassistentin am Kompetenzzentrum "Geschichte des Wissens" Professur für Wissenschaftsforschung ETH Zürich.

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ISBN(s) 9783034006903
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 286
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin
Kurztitel Artifizielle Körper - lebendige Technik
Warengruppe HC/Sachbücher/Geschichte/Sonstiges
ISBN-10 303400690X
Länge 226 mm
Breite 154 mm
Höhe 29 mm
Gewicht 468 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Chronos Verlag
Serientitel Interferenzen. Studien zur Kulturgeschichte der Technik
Nummer der Serie 8
Untertitel Technische Modellierungen des Körpers in historischer Perspektive
Inhaltsverzeichnis Einführung
Barbara Orland: Wo hören Körper auf und fängt Technik an? Historische Anmerkungen zu posthumanistischen Problemen
Jakob Tanner: Leib-Arte-Fakt. Künstliche Körper und der technische Zugriff auf das Leben

Parallelen zwischen Mensch und Automat
Jessica Riskin: Künstliches Leben produzieren. Denkparallelen im Automatenbau des 18. Jahrhunderts und heute
Adelheid Voskuhl: 'Bewegung' und 'Rührung'. Musik spielende Androiden und ihre kulturelle Bedeutung im späten 18. Jahrhundert

Technik an der Grenze des Lebens
Christina Benninghaus: Eine 'unästhetische Prozedur'. Debatten über 'künstliche Befruchtung' um 1910
Silke Bellanger/Aline Steinbrecher: 'Der Tod wird nicht von einer Maschine entschieden'. Hirntoddiagnostik in der Schweiz von 1960 bis 2000

Aufgerüstete Körper
Heather R. Perry: Brave Old World. Recycling der Kriegskrüppel während des Ersten Weltkrieges
Cornelius Borck: Das künstliche Auge. Zur Geburt des Cyborgs in der Sinnesprothesenforschung

Medizinisches Body Engineering
Shelley McKellar: 'Der Dracula der Medizintechnik'. Das künstliche Herz als therapeutische Technik für kardiovaskulare Krankheiten
Markus Christen: Der Einbau von Technik in das Gehirn. Das Wechselspiel von Informationsbegriffen und Technologieentwicklung am Beispiel des Hörens

Wunschkörper und Konsumfreiheiten
Carmen Baumeler: Kleider machen Cyborgs. Zur Geschichte der Wearable-Computing-Forschung
Sabine Maasen: Schönheitschirurgie. Schnittflächen flexiblen Selbstmanagements
Stefanie Duttweiler: 'Körper, Geist und Seele bepuscheln.'. Wellness als Technologie der Selbstführung

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