The Universal Declaration of Cyborg Rights (https://cyborgrights.eu) gets a shout out in Cosmos Magazine:
(Although the focus of the article is on the traditional/sci-fi definition of cyborg that’s limited to people with implanted technology whereas I argue that anyone who uses modern technology today is a cyborg. That distinction has important implications for personhood in the digital and networked age. See: https://ar.al/notes/the-nature-of-the-self-in-the-digital-age/)
@aral huh! are you familiar with jasbir puar?
@aral oooh, I agree re: transhumanism! https://www.exolymph.news/2016/08/18/transhumanism-augmented-reality/
@aral You must have had this question before: why do you think the Declaration of Human Rights is not sufficient?
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