Posthumanism and the claim to rational action

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    197 by R. W. Dent’s count (Dent, 1981, 4).

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    Both works are forthcoming in 2020.

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Steel, K. Posthumanism and the claim to rational action. Postmedieval 11, 137–148 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41280-020-00163-y

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