Cross-readings along the axes of modern:

Cyberfeminist manifesto for the 21st century [EN] (1991)
--- We are the modern cunt.
Cyberfeminism is not [EN+DE+NL+FR] (1997)
37. cyberfeminismus ist nicht modern.
Cyberfeminism is not [EN+DE+NL+FR] (1997)
38. cyberfeminismus ist nicht post -modern.
Cyberfeminism is not [EN+DE+NL+FR] (1997)
70. cyberfeminism is not post -modern.
The 3D Additivist Manifesto [EN] (2015)
18 Svetlana Boym, The Off -Modern Mirror.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Modern medicine is also full of cyborgs, of couplings between organism and machine, each conceived as coded devices, in an intimacy and with a power that was not generated in the history of sexuality.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Modern production seems like a dream of cyborg colonization work, a dream that makes the nightmare of Taylorism seem idyllic.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
And modern war is a cyborg orgy, coded by C3I, command-control-communication intelligence, an $84 billion item in 1984'sUS defence budget.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Biology and evolutionary theory over the last two centuries have simultaneously produced modern organisms as objects of knowledge and reduced the line between humans and animals to a faint trace re-etched in ideological struggle or professional disputes between life and social science.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Within this framework, teaching modern Christian creationism should be fought as a form of child abuse.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Modern machines are quintessentially microelectronic devices: they are everywhere and they are invisible.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Modern machinery is an irreverent upstart god, mocking the Father's ubiquity and spirituality.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Furthermore, communications sciences and modern biologies are constructed by a common move - the translation of the world into a problem of coding, a search for a common language in which all resistance to instrumental control disappears and all heterogeneity can be submitted to disassembly, reassembly, investment, and exchange.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
In modern biologies, the translation of the world into a problem in coding can be illustrated by molecular genetics, ecology, sociobiological evolutionary theory, and immunobiology.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Modern states, multinational corporations, military power, welfare state apparatuses, satellite systems, political processes, fabrication of our imaginations, labour-control systems, medical construc-tions of our bodies, commercial pornography, the international division of labour, and religious evangelism depend intimately upon electronics.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Although lived problematically and unequally, ideal forms of these families might be schematized as (1) the patriarchal nuclear family, structured by the dichotomy between public and private and accompanied by the white bourgeois ideology of separate spheres and nineteenth-century Anglo-American bourgeois feminism; (2) the modern family mediated (or enforced) by the welfare state and institutions like the family wage, with a flowering of a-feminist heterosexual ideologies, including their radical versions represented in Greenwich Village around the First World War; and (3) the 'family' of the homework economy with its oxymoronic structure of womenheaded households and its explosion of feminisms and the paradoxical intensification and erosion of gender itself.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Technologies like video games and highly miniaturized televi-sions seem crucial to production of modern forms of 'private life'.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Octavia Butler writes of an African sorceress pithug her powers of transformation against the genetic manipulations of her rival (Wild Seed), of dme warps that bring a modern US black woman into slavery where her actions in relation to her white master-ancestor determine the possibility of her own birth (Kindred), and of the illegidmate insights into idendty and community of an adopted cross-species child who came to know the enem' as self (Survivor).
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Unseparated twins and hermaphrodites were the confused human material in early modern France who grounded discourse on the natural and supernatural, medical and legal, portents and diseases -- all crucial to establishing modern identity.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
If they're not "good", he doesn't get angry--not if he's a modern, "civilized" father (the old-fashioned ranting, raving brute is preferable, as he is so ridiculous he can be easily despised)--but rather expresses disapproval, a state that, unlike anger, endures and precludes a basic acceptance, leaving the kid with a feeling of worthlessness and a lifelong obsession with being approved of; the result is fear of independent thought, as this leads to unconventional, disapproved of opinions and way of life.