Part of the problem here is the inherent conservatism of any discourse of 'enhancement', assuming as it does a pre-existing set of practices which are not in need of radical shift or displacement, but are rather simply open to being made even 'better' by the judicious application of a little (in this case technological) assistance. 

A cyborg education

Where 'human' and 'technology' are positioned as separate and distinct, with their own inherent characteristics, their interaction can only be understood along determinist lines. 

...the alluring and efficient neatness of its division of the social and the technological, and the reduction of their complex entanglements to a clear relationship of subordination.

bayne

bayne

knox

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