Volume 16 · Number 2 · Pages 181–183
The Lived Body in the Age of Advanced Technology

Yochai Ataria

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Anchoring in Lived Experience as an Act of Resistance” by Claire Petitmengin. Abstract: In her target article, Petitmengin calls for us to return to our own lived experience as an “act of resistance.” In my commentary, I suggest that this call comes too late: in the age of advanced technologies, what Petitmengin defines as the lived experience has become technological, leaving us with nowhere to return to. As sad as it may be, in the current age, the lived experience is no longer a remedy but, rather, part of the disease.

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Ataria Y. (2021) The lived body in the age of advanced technology. Constructivist Foundations 16(2): 181–183. https://constructivist.info/16/2/181

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