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Scientific Advances: Genetic Engineering and Body Modification
Referring to concepts such as disability, ability, artificiality, naturalness, bionic prosthesis, mechanistic worldview, Theseus’ Paradox, and/or transhumanism, discuss the ways in which scientific advances such as genetic engineering and body modification frame the body as “media” (broadly-defined)? What are some of the potential advantages and/or limitations in conceptions of the body as a collection of exchangeable parts, particularly in terms of how bodies are normatively defined as abled, disabled, and super-abled? In your response, draw on at least 3 authors, and posit your own argument regarding the usefulness of a broad definition of “media” in considering such technological developments. no longer than 1000 words.
Scientific Advances Name: Institution: Course Title: Instructor: Date: Scientific Advances Introduction Medium is simply a collection of communication tools that are used to pass information from one entity to another. The human body is defined as the material frame that constitutes a human. It is the series of units and the whole collection of a person. Human body as media means that, the human body is simply a collection of exchangeable parts. It means that the body constitutes of parts which can easily be transferred from one body to another. Different ways are used in dealing with the human body parts depending what the parts are to be used in. This essay outlines the ways in which scientific advances like genetic engineering and body modification, frame the body as â€œmediaâ€. It also gives some of the possible advantages and limitations in perception of the body as a collection of exchangeable parts, especially in terms of how bo