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This paper is concerned with a set of phenomena that lies at the intersection of popular culture, genetics, cybertechnology, nanotechnology, biotechnology and other advanced technologies, bio-ethics, science speculation, science ction, mythology, the New Age Movement, cults, commerce and globalization. At the centre is a radical technophilia that nds representative expression in posthumanism, an Internet-based social movement driven by an extreme scienti c utopianism. This set of phenomenadoi:10.1080/10350330220130368 fatcat:223ttg3skjanhbpo3gdhdnbu7y