Part IV Summary
in The extended self
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This part opens with some widespread examples of cultural conservatism and resistance to change by exploring the broader cultural and environmental implications of the theory. It brings the coevolution of Homo sapiens and technology up to date and examines the different ways in which individuals and groups are appropriating cyberspace. The part outlines the method of metaphorical extension. It discusses the manner in which architectural theorists like William Mitchell make free use of historical and other familiar spatial concepts to explain and express the nature and structure of cyberspace.

The extended self

Architecture, memes and minds

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