Boris Groys, Under Suspicion, 2012

by helenefrichot


In Carsten Strathausen’s translator’s introduction to Boris Groy’s recently translated Under Suspicion (first published in German in 2000) the issue of the posthuman is raised. The post-humamist project for Groys revises the problem of human subjectivity, specifically asserting that the term ‘human’ is political and not biological. See this excerpt…

See Carsten Strathausen, trans, ‘Translator’s Preface: Dead Man Thinking’ in Boris Groys, Under Suspicion: A Phenomenology of Media, New York, Columbia University Press, 2012, xvii.