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The paper examines the actuality of Donna Haraway's concept of the cyborg under the conditions of 'capitalist realism'. Following the technological optimism of the 1980's, Haraway's theory of the cyborg contains strong emancipatory implications which capacities have been challenged recently by the paralysis of the political imagination. The impossibility of considering the alternative to capitalism puts under the question the heuristic potential of Haraway's conceptualization. However,doi:10.14236/ewic/evac18.14 fatcat:e5yjvobllvg3nl7eftprzwy5vy