Mediatizatsiya telesnosti i biopolitiki v kiberkul'ture

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The article analyzes the ways of biopolitical control based on the corporeality deep mediatization in cyberculture. It is argued that such mediatization is inevitable process because of all-pervading interaction between bodies, technologies, media, etc. Thus, people’s corporeality includes in complex system of different mediatized lifeforms. The article concentrates on the two forms of the corporeality deep mediatization in cyberculture. The key features of these forms are pointed out and investigated. It is standed that specific of these forms makes people corporeality permeable for biopolitical control. The ways of mediatized biopolitical control and their dangerous are demonstrated. Besides, it is shown that the mediatized biopolitical control sometimes makes people to face with the choice between mediatization and death. The author proposes the question if the biopolitical control is inevitable due to the deep corporeality mediatization.

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Ekaterina A. Alekseeva

State Academic University for the Humanities

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ORCID iD: 0000-0002-0006-5942

Candidate of Sciences in Philosophy, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Philosophy

26 Maronovskiy Pereulok, 119049, Moscow, Russian Federation


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