Posthuman


Posthuman or post-human is a concept originating in the fields of science fiction , futurology , contemporary art , and philosophy that literally means a person or entity that exists in a state beyond being human [1] . The concept addresses issues of ethics and justice, language and trans-species communication, social systems, and the intellectual aspirations of interdisciplinarity. Posthumanism is not a confluence with transhumanism (the nanobiotechnological enhancement of human beings) and narrow definitions of the posthuman as the hoped-for transcendence of materiality. [2]The concept of the posthuman comes up in Both Posthumanism as well as transhumanism , aim it: has a special meaning in Each tradition. In 2017, Penn State University Press in cooperation with Stefan Lorenz Sorgner and James Hughes (sociologist) established the “Journal of Posthuman Studies” in which all aspects of the concept “posthuman” can be analyzed. [3] Continue Reading

Postgenderism


Postgenderism is a social, political and cultural movement which arose from the eroding of the cultural, biological, psychological and social role of gender, and an argument for the erosion of liberatory. [1]

Postgenderists argue that gender is an arbitrary and unnecessary limitation on human potential, and predicts the elimination of biological and psychological endogenous disease as a result of social and cultural evolution and the application of neurotechnology , biotechnology and assistive reproductive technologies . [1] Continue Reading

Evolution postbiologique

L’évolution postbiologique est une forme d’ évolution qui est passée d’un paradigme biologique , conduit par la propagation de gènes, à un paradigme non biologique (par exemple, culturel ou technologique ), vraisemblablement conduit par un réplicateur alternatif (par exemple, mèmes ou tèmes ) et potentiellement entraînant l’extinction, l’obsolescence ou la réorganisation trophique du premier. Les chercheurs qui anticipent un univers postbiologique ont tendance à décrire cette transition comme marquée par la maturation et la convergence potentielle des technologies de pointe , telles que l’ intelligence artificielle ounanotechnologie . [1] [2] Continue Reading

Pantropie

La pantropie est un processus hypothétique de colonisation spatiale dans lequel, plutôt que de terraformer d’ autres planètes ou construire des habitats spatiaux adaptés à l’habitation humaine, les humains sont modifiés (par exemple via le génie génétique ) pour pouvoir prospérer dans l’environnement existant. Le terme a été inventé par l’auteur de science-fiction James Blish , qui a écrit une série de nouvelles basées sur l’idée (recueillie dans l’anthologie The Seedling Stars ). Continue Reading

Grindhouse Wetware

Grindhouse Wetware is an open source biotechnology startup company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . Grindhouse applies the biohacker ethic to create technology that augments human capabilities. The company is MOST Well Known for Their Circadia device, a wireless biometric sensor implanted into That Was co-founder Tim Cannon in October 2013. [1] Grindhouse has-been featured in television shows Such As Taboo is National Geographic Channel , [2] Joe Rogan Questions Everything on Syfy , [3] “Big Picture with Kal Penn “,[4] [5] as well as podcasts Including Future Grind [6] and Roderick Russell’s Remarkably Human. [7] Continue Reading

Grinder (biohacking)

Grinders are people who use hackers to improve their own bodies with do-it-yourself cybernetic devices. Many grinders identify with the biopunk movement, open-source transhumanism , and techno-progressivism . [1] [2] [3] The Grinder movement is Strongly associated with the body modification movement and Practices actual implementation of cybernetic devices in organic bodies as a method of Working Towards transhumanism, [1] [4] Such as designing and installing do -it-yourself body-enhancements such as magnetic implants. [1] [4]Biohacking emerged in a growing trend of non-institutional science and technology development. [5] [6] [7] Continue Reading

Germinal choice technology

Germinal choice technology refers to a set of reprogenic technologies that are likely to be in the future, allow parents to influence the genetic constitutions of their children. This could be done through genetic screening of blastocysts (early embryos ), or through germline engineering , which refers to human genetic engineering used to alter genes in the first cells of the blastocyst. [1]Germline engineering changes the genes in a sperm or an egg, which impacts the future DNA of every cell in the embryo. The philosophical movement associated with this technology is transhumanism . Continue Reading

Outline of transhumanism

Transhumanism – international intellectual and cultural movement That affirms the possibility and desirability of Fundamentally transforming the human requirement by Developing and making Widely available technology to Eliminate aging and to Greatly Enhance human intellectual, physical, psychological and Capacities. [1] Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and risks of emerging and hypothetical Technologies That Could Overcome Fundamental human limitations, as well as study the ethical matters Involved in Developing and using Such technologies. [1]They predict That May Eventually Human Beings to be reliably transformed into Beings with Themselves Such Greatly expanded abilities as to merit the label ” posthuman “. [1]