Jarrett Zigon is the Porterfield Professor of Bioethics and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Virginia. His research interests include the anthropology of ethics, problematics of being human, the political, ontological relationality, and thinking anthropology with philosophy. These interests are taken up from a perspective strongly influenced by post-Heideggerian continental philosophy and critical theory. These interests are explored in his most recent books Disappointment: Toward a Critical Hermeneutics of Worldbuilding and A War on People: Drug User Politics and a New Ethics of Community.
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The world celebrated the day the USA-ITM powered robot produced toilet paper, synthetic pork, and a clone of itself simultaneously.1 Surely, they said, the Age ... More