- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: The Sistine Gap
- 2 The Imitation of Life in Ancient Greek Philosophy
- 3 The Devil as Automaton: Giovanni Fontana and the Meanings of a Fifteenth-Century Machine
- 4 Infinite Gesture: Automata and the Emotions in Descartes and Shakespeare
- 5 Abstracting from the Soul: The Mechanics of Locomotion
- 6 The Anatomy of Artificial Life: An Eighteenth-Century Perspective
- 7 The Homunculus and the Mandrake: Art Aiding Nature versus Art Faking Nature
- 8 Sex Ratio Theory, Ancient and Modern: An Eighteenth-Century Debate about Intelligent Design and the Development of Models in Evolutionary Biology
- 9 The Gender of Automata in Victorian Britain
- 10 Techno-Humanism: Requiem for the Cyborg
- 11 Nanobots and Nanotubes: Two Alternative Biomimetic Paradigms of Nanotechnology
- 12 Creating Insight: Gestalt Theory and the Early Computer
- 13 Perpetual Devotion: A Sixteenth-Century Machine That Prays
- 14 Motions and Passions
- 15 An Archaeology of Artificial Life, Underwater
- 16 Booting Up Baby
- 17 Body Language
- Genesis Redux
- University of Chicago Press
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