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- Part 1 Visions: Quantified and Quantifiable Selves
- Chapter 1 The Quantified Self
- Chapter 2 The Quantifiable Self: Precision Medicine, the Quantified All’ and the Disappearance of Body
- Part 2 Rules: The Embodied Practices of Self-Tracking
- Chapter 3 Lessons from Electronic Monitoring
- Chapter 4 Sociometry
- Part 3 The Quantised Self: Discipline and Design
- Chapter 5 The Quantised Self
- Chapter 6 Anticipating the Quantised Self in Design