This is a review of Franziska Bork-Petersen's book “Body Utopianism. Prosthetic Being Between Enhancement and Estrangement”, which discusses the changes in corporeality and the use of various tools that have become an important part of contemporary culture. It explores the relationship between culture, the transformation of corporeality and our perception of these changes. The book offers an interesting perspective on the changing corporeality of the contemporary world and its socio-cultural implications.
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