In the modern world, the possibility of a future including 'transhumans' has received attention due to new scientific fields and advancing technologies.
In the following, we examine the effects that a technological and biological transformation will have on society, and explore both the theoretical and practical fields of posthumanist research.
What is “man”? This age-old question can be found embedded in the fabric of recorded human history, and is re-emerging again today with increased urgency, given the current technological developments levering out traditional humanist reflexes.
In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of the dehumanization of society, including historical perceptions of ‘human nature’, Nietzsche on the ‘death of god’, the decline of social structures and a look at the approaching posthuman era.
Our food, air and water is laced with toxic chemicals, as the once prominent Eugenics movements of Australia have transformed into new age elements influencing major fields of science and medicine today.
This had led to ‘innovations’ in society that inherently dehumanize and sterilize the masses, resulting in a scenario right out of Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’.