Article written by Mara Magda Maftei, University Professor at the University of Economic Studies in Bucharest, visiting scholar at the College of Global Studies, holder of a PhD in French literature (2009), a PhD in the history of economic thought (2007) and, more recently, an HDR defended in 2021 at the University of Paris Nanterre. She has published in French: Fictions posthumanistes (Éditions Hermann, 2022), Un Cioran inédit. Pourquoi intrigue-t-il? (Yves Michalon Éditeur/Éditions Fauves, 2016), Cioran et le rêve d’une génération perdue, (Harmattan, coll. “Ouverture philosophique”, 2013). She edited the issue no. 341/March 2021 of the Revue des Sciences Humaines devoted to “Transhumanism and Posthumanist Fictions” and co-directed a research project entitled “Transhumanism and Posthumanism between realities and imaginaries” at the University of Paris-Nanterre.
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