Natural-Born Cyborgs

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Philosophy

 

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June 22, 2015

 

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Clark argues that this merger should not be feared and the development of the technology not be hindered in any way. Although, he does strongly warn that the human race needs to be cautious during this time of merging new technologies with the human body and brain. There are several concerns (opponents' fears) that Clark mentions, though, brief and less complex self admittedly...
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There are several concerns (opponents' fears) that Clark mentions, though, brief and less complex self admittedly. In each line of defense, there is a general underlying theme that develops. This theme he portrays is a drive to increase society's awareness of the merger of self and technology. He suggests that this awareness start with truly understanding one's self and then understanding one's interactions with technology in daily life, as he gracefully captured here, "Know Thyself; Know Thy Technologies" (Clark, 183)...
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