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Nueva revista del Pacífico

versão impressa ISSN 0716-6346versão On-line ISSN 0719-5176

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IRRIBARREN ORTIZ, Javiera Valentina. TECHNOSCIENCE, VIRTUALITY AND POSTHUMANISM: THE INFOTECHNIC ERA IN THREE NOVELS BY EDMUNDO PAZ SOLDÁN. Nueva rev. Pac. [online]. 2017, n.66, pp.133-148. ISSN 0716-6346.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-51762017000300133.

The infotechnic era (Lorca) is characterized by its settling the fusion between science, technology and industrial capitalism; showing the virtualization of spaces and representational forms, as well as by the abrupt entrance of posthumanism. In Edmundo Paz Soldan’s novels, these fundamental elements are furthered in different levels: the ceaseless restructuration of political memory as perpetrated by the surgical surgeons of the Citadel, through the technical modification of images in Digital Dreams; the hyper real experience of the post-metropolis (Soja) in the virtual life of the “Playground”, as well as in the game of digital information and conspiracy that takes place between cryptographers and hackers in Turing’s Delirium; finally, in Iris, bio mechanization of the bodies is supported within a technocratic, colonizing system.

Palavras-chave : Infotechnic era; Edmundo Paz Soldán; Digital dreams; Turing’s Delirium; Iris.

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