Cyberspace, Cyberbodies, Cyberpunk: Cultures of Technological Embodiment was edited by Mike Featherstone and Roger Burrows, and published in 1995. It is a compendium of essays about cybernetics, virtual reality, cyberpunk culture, and psychoanalytic psychology. I bought the book to read about technological aspects of cyberpunk culture. The book discusses parameters of cybernetic society that develop into personalities and motivations.
Sixteen authors contribute analyses and insights that build academic arguments about individuality, technology, and society. Concepts that are central to cyberpunk culture are discussed, and concepts that are peripheral to cyberpunk culture are explained as incidental realities.
I recommend Cyberspace, Cyberbodies, Cyberpunk to everyone who wants to develop their education in rationalization, representation, and virtual reality. It is an excellent book for scientific discussions about cyberpunk culture. It develops recognition of the difficult economics of intellectual investigations.
Jasmine Jennifer McAlpine