Chapter 6 is titled "Dramatism and Virtual Reality: Implications and Predictions." The author argues that VR can be understood and function as a form of rhetoric and its performative value. Using VR, he argues, involves performing virtual acts on virtual screens.
Chapter 7 is titled "Virtual Reality and the Redefinition of the Self." The author, Jay David Bolter, argues that there is a battle between text-based media in cyberspace and graphics-based media, and how it relates to the use of VR. He also discuses philosophical implications of VR and how it refutes many long-held ideas.
Chapter 14 is titled "Cyberspace: Creating Paradoxes for the Ecology of Self." The author writes about topics pertaining to VR and cyberspace and how they related to self-conception. She describes the conception of the self in terms of ecology. She writes that the ecology of self will dissolve when all communications technologies become a part of our senses.