Since everyone posted a possible question for section 1, I figured I might pose a possibility for the final essay: Throughout this course, we discussed how we perceive ourselves and others as human beings and how it informs the behavior/beliefs of individuals. Using at least one primary text from each section and any number of critical sources, compare and contrast how Medieval and Posthuman authors employed differing views of embodiment (through appearance and/or actions) to assert their claims on what it truly means to be human. For instance, how does Julian of Norwhich’s belief that the human soul as eternally living through God’s love compare to the relationship between Spike and Billie in The Stone Gods? How do these works with contrast Transhumanist notions regarding the possibility of immortality through technology? There are a good number of possibilities.