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London Futurists Message Board London Futurists General Discussion Forum › ‘Transhumanism’ may be defining step to our future

‘Transhumanism’ may be defining step to our future

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Post #: 14
What does it mean to be human?

In today’s world, the question is no longer a purely philosophical or religious inquiry.

The answer may in fact depend more and more on the potential impact of our advancing technological capabilities.

What will it mean to the definition of human if new technologies can enhance the abilities of the human body – and mind – to unprecedented levels?

And what if such technological enhancements are available to only a portion of the world’s population?

The intriguing social, political and ethical questions raised by these fascinating possibilities are explored in an interview with Brad Allenby on the subject of “transhumanism.”


London, GB
Post #: 280
If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a bus
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