When we think of “being human,” we think of ourselves as self-contained bodily units. But our “humanity” also extends out to the things we create and use — our phones, our houses, our medications, and even future technologies we can’t even imagine. And it also shrinks down to things we’re not even aware of, like the bacteria in our gut. So if we talk about “human rights,” who or what has actually has those rights? And how do we decide?