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Post•hu•man•ous: A Special Edition of Reconstruction (4.3, 2004)
Guest Editors: C. Jason Smith, Ximena Gallardo C., and Geoff Klock.
Post•hu•man•ous, adj. From the combination of “posthumous” and “posthuman”; 1. Occurring or continuing after the death of the human: a posthumanous writing. 2. Published after the death of the Author: a posthumanous book. 3. Born after the death of the patriarchy: a posthumanous child. 4. Any activity which presumes the fatal limitation of the rational-humanist subject: a posthumanous subject.