The Cyborg Changeth: One Dude’s Response To One Part Of CIS

Editor’s note: This post by Patrick Morgan is in regards to the recent Critical Issues Symposium held at Hope College. Contact Patrick at morganp@hope.edu We – the privileged fraction of humanity with enough access to the very basic things (like food, water, and shelter) to allow us both leisure and capital – often take the structures and […]

Critical Issues Symposium 2014 – Technology and the Future of Being Human

The annual Criticial Issues Symposium (CIS) takes place on September 23 and 24 at Hope College. This year’s topic is Technology and the Future of Being Human. The first speaker, Douglas Rushkoff, will kick off events on Tuesday, September 23 at 7pm in Dimnent Chapel with his keynote address entitled Who is on Team Human? […]