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Reinventing biological life, reinventing 'the human'.

@inproceedings{Johnson2010ReinventingBL,
  title={Reinventing biological life, reinventing 'the human'.},
  author={Elizabeth R. Johnson},
  year={2010}
}
The techno-scientific framework known as biomimicry ‘reverse-engineers’ animal life to develop technologies and tactics that solve social and environmental problems. Its advocates have promised that it will spark a technological, environmental, and even social revolution. By viewing nature as a ‘mentor’ rather than a resource to be extracted, members of the biomimetic movement have also suggested that its practice will also overturn notions of human exceptionalism. This paper explores… Expand
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