Genealogy of Organizational Architecture: Transhumanistic invasion of Intellectual Space


  • Dr. Muhammad Rizwan Junaid


Architecture, space, transhumanism, intellect, isolation, society, knowledge workers


Genealogy of Organizational Architecture: Transhumanistic invasion of Intellectual Space


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How to Cite

Junaid, D. M. R. . (2020). Genealogy of Organizational Architecture: Transhumanistic invasion of Intellectual Space. International Journal of Formal Sciences: Current and Future Research Trends, 8(01), 1–12. Retrieved from