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Next Sex: Sex in the Age of Its Procreative Superfluousness. Sex Im Zeitalter Seiner Reproduktionstechnischen Uberflussigkeit

Next Sex: Sex in the Age of Its Procreative Superfluousness. Sex Im Zeitalter Seiner Reproduktionstechnischen Uberflussigkeit (Paperback)

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Die medizinisch, gentechnische Einflussnahme auf die menschliche Reproduktion wird in absehbarer Zeit die gewohnten Zusammenhange von Sex, Liebe, Fortpflanzung und Familie aufheben. In der Zusammenschau von wissenschaftlichen und kunstlerischen Positionen wird den Konturen einer Gesellschaft nachgespurt, in der Menschen genetisch konfiguriert, nicht einfach geboren, sondern gemacht werden, in der Sex seiner funktionalen Notwendigkeit fur die Fortpflanzung entledigt ist und damit der Kampf der Geschlechter, aber auch die moralische Steuerung unserer Gesellschaft neu geordnet werden. Ein Ausflug in die Zukunft des Menschen, um aus der Diskussion des Moglichen Entwurfe fur die Gestaltung unseres Weges dorthin zu entwickeln. Ein Unterfangen, in dem Kunst nicht auf das moralische Gewissen der Gesellschaft beschrankt bleiben darf.In dieser weit uber die wissenschaftlichen Aspekte des Themenkomplexes Reproduktionsbiologie hinausgehenden Publikation stehen gesellschaftspolitisch brisante Fragen im Vordergrund. Der kunstlerische Kontext bietet Platz fur Visionen und eine asthetische Annaherung an das Thema.

LGBT & Gender StudiesGender studiesPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesSocial groups Publisher: Springer Verlag GmbH Publication Date: 27/09/2000 ISBN-13: 9783211834992  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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