'Questioning Humanity' new book by Professor Nik Rose

'Questioning Humanity' new book by Professor Nik Rose
Image: Questioning Humanity book cover and Prof. Nikolas Rose (RSSS archives)
Tuesday 18 June 2024

Congratulations to ANU sociologist, Professor Nikolas Rose, on the publication of his new book 'Questioning Humanity, Being Human in a Posthuman Age', co-authored with Thomas Osborne (Bristol University).

In a timely and remarkable exploration of the human condition, 'Questioning Humanity' stands as a testament to the enduring quest to understand our place in the universe. The book delves into the essence of what it means to be human, challenging the reader to contemplate our future amidst rapid social, technological and environmental changes. This thought-provoking publication promises to ignite discussions across various disciplines and inspire a re-evaluation of our perspectives on humanity and on our interconnected world.

Thomas Osborne is a Professor of Social and Political Theory at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies of the University of Bristol (UK) and Professor Nikolas Rose is a Distinguished Honorary Professor in the School of Sociology at the Australian National University and an Honorary Professor in the Institute of Advanced Research, University College London (UK).

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