PROGRAMOWANIE CZŁOWIEKA. ANTROPOTECHNIKI W MIEJSCE ANTROPOLOGII
Antropologia – psychologia – hybrydyzacja człowieka
Artykuł w czasopiśmie
Streszczenie This article aims to present the current shift in thinking about humanbeings in the perspective of invasive technicization. The constant acceleration of technological progress requires a new way of functioning for man. A humanbeing is defined in the perspective of what he does. Here the concept is introduced of antropotechnics understood by Peter Sloterdijk as system of exercises. Human becomes “one who exercise” himself and “one who is exercised” by his environment. This highly technicized exercises are considered here as programming which leads to the formulation of a new mode of understanding actions in culture which are subordinated to instructions and “human programming languages” that are languages of antropotechnics in both individual and collective perspective. Programming human means that subjects in culture are interpreted by their performances and not their psychic and spiritual qualities.
Instytut Kulturoznawstwa UAM, Wydział Nauk Społecznych Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu