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Why are there so many nature metaphors - clouds, rivers, streams, viruses, and bugs - in the language of the internet? Why do we adorn our screens with exotic images of forests, waterfalls, animals and beaches?
In Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace, Sue Thomas interrogates the prevalence online of nature-derived metaphors and imagery and comes to a surprising conclusion. The root of this trend, she believes, lies in biophilia, defined by biologist E.
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Book DOI Front matter Full Text Access Preface pp. Full Text Access List of illustrations p. Full Text Access Preface pp. Full Text Access Acknowledgments pp.
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Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace
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