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    Title: 重寫賽伯人:一個模控的觀點
    Other Titles: Rewriting Cyborg: A Cybernetic Perspective
    Authors: 吳筱玫
    Wu, Hsiaomei
    Contributors: 中華傳播學會
    Keywords: 賽伯人
    cyborg;cybernetic;feminism;postmodern;counter-culture;entropy;information;self-regulating;feedback;regenerative feedback;goal;deutero learning;rewriting;intersubjective
    Date: 2001-07
    Issue Date: 2010-05-31 14:51:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文嘗試從模控學的理論出發,重新釐清賽伯人的主體與生存法則。賽伯人被視為人與機器互為主體下的模控生物體,生活在一個虛擬與現實混雜的網際空間裡,他們一方面表徵人機界限模糊的特性,另一方面則突顯人機同時爭取控制的緊張關係。如果賽伯人是當代人的本體,他們不會是女性主義者、反文化運動者或後現代主義者,而是一個試圖控制,卻難保失控的混雜主體。
    This article aims to clarify our understanding of cyborg -- its subjectivity and principles of survival. Having the metaphor of intersubjectivity between man and machine, cyborgs are cybernetic organisms living in the cyberspace coupled with reality and virtuality. The emergence of cyborgs blurs the boundary between nature and the artifact, and in the meantime a tension occurs when man and machine fight for control over each other. Being the contemporary human beings` ontology, cyborgs would not be feminists, counter-cultural activists, or postmodernists, but the hybrid subjects who might lose control while attempting to do so.
    Relation: 中華傳播學會2001年會暨論文研討會
    Data Type: conference
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