By David Walker
Cyborg is our merely security opposed to a freakish new military of invading steel extraterrestrial beings often called the Technosapiens. Plus, the Tekbreakers are again! They killed him the final time—are they again to complete the job?!
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It can be pointed out that a new type of monster lies in wait for us, not the ‘classical’ moral monster (if we can speak in such terms), but a technological monster, the result of systematic manipulations of the human species. Again it is necessary to take myth and reality into consideration. In this respect we will examine a ﬁrst myth, already two centuries old, but still vivid in our imagination. 23 If reading Mary Shelley’s book, Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus, is enormously instructive, it is so, as we are about to discover, on account of its psychological and human profundity and not for the reason ordinarily put forward.
In other words, our humanity does not require that we take it on in extension or quantity, but in quality, with propriety – without, however, ignoring the hard realities. Thus we ﬁnd ourselves between two asymmetrical abysses. To choose the Good is not to be an angel. But having too much to do with the beast, we run the risk of no longer being in a suitable state from which to renounce it. Man is this middle course between the angel and the beast, this mixture of the two: Pascal had perceived how unstable this middle course is and how diﬃcult it is to ﬁnd equilibrium.
It can and must allow a critique of its most conventional forms, a reﬁnement of its senses and a distillation of its requirements. When all is said and done we debate and struggle over the limits of humanism on behalf of man, for an opening up of his horizon and for a liberation of his possibilities. But is this liberation of possibilities, this general loss of constraints under the inﬂuence of scientiﬁc progress and the rise of technology, not fraught with new dangers? Is the humanity of man not immediately subverted by ‘progress’ and ‘overcomings’ that could well prove to be – especially in the ultra-sensitive domain of our genetic capital and our biological identity – sordid regressions or even the invention of monsters never before seen?