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Wouldn’t the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki make people more fearful of technology and of the harm that technology can do to bodies? But after World War II, Japan was not allowed to develop its military. Money that may go towards military technologies and spending in other countries was used towards developing consumer technologies. This helped to make Japan a technological hub of the world, and technology was seen as a way to protect the body from threats, a way to effectively armor the soft, vulnerable human flesh.
Anime is a particularly rich medium for exploring cultural attitudes towards the posthuman, as the representations of the posthuman are extremely abundant in anime, perhaps more abundant than in any other medium. In Mechademia 3: Limits of the Human, scholars from a variety of areas came together to explore the posthuman in anime. The posthuman is such a common theme in anime that the editors of the series felt an entire volume in the Mechademia series was warranted. The Ghost in the Machine There are two valences of the posthuman that are clearly presented in anime.