Cyborg human between self and discourse Reading In novels "The Scientist" by Murtaza Kazar and Tashari" by Anam kajah ji"

Abstract

Summary The study aims to address the concept of "cyborg human". The contemporary selfin terms of its connection with the technological development that the world has witnessed since theend of the twentieth century, and the change of discourses in their various forms coinciding with thechange of the entire intellectual system; A reality that produced social changes, which in turn werereflected in the self, and then determine its patterns. Therefore, the research had to stand at thephilosophical foundations of the concept of “cyborg man” based on the ideas of each of: "MichelFoucault" in terms of the subject preceded by discursive structures, and "Jacques Derrida" in termsof his concept of "difference". The research focuses on the idea of the emergence of a person with anew consciousness in society; Donna Haraway was able to introduce his term into the field ofliterature and culture, as well as the analyzes made by cinema professor RL Rutsky.For what he called "the aesthetics of technological culture," the research was an artistictreatment of the "cyborg person" in fictional literature; The forms of his appearance in the structureof the personality within the text, what it is, and the extent of the influence of this human type onthe impulses of the fictional character or its mode of thinking. Literature is nothing but reflectionson the exile of our souls, the exile that increases in intensity with the development and dominanceof technology.