What is Transhumanism?

Living forever, changing your genetic code, becoming one with machines — these concepts aren't just science fiction. With transhumanism, this could be possible sooner than you think. 🤖

Collaboration of man and machine

Cyborgs, eternal life, and superpowers aren’t just futuristic concepts or science fiction. With the evolution of transhumanism, this could all be possible in our lifetimes. Transhumanism is a movement that advocates for improving the human condition through emerging technologies that enhance the mind and body. Current technologies coming from research for practical applications in medicine and business are leading to transhumanism. Now, technologies like DIY gene editing robotic implants brain-computer interfacing have become more accessible than ever.

British evolutionary biologist Julian Huxley is regarded as the founder of transhumanism. He coined the term in 1957 to describe a drastic change in the quality of human life according to Hplus Magazine. Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers of emerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations as well as the ethical limitations of using such technologies. The most common transhumanist thesis is that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselves into different beings with abilities so greatly expanded from the current condition as to merit the label of posthuman beings.

It is a matter of debate whether transhumanism is a branch of posthumanism and how this philosophical movement should be conceptualized with regard to transhumanism. The latter is often referred to as a variant or activist form of posthumanism by its conservative, Christian and progressive critics. Unlike many philosophers, social critics and activists who place a moral value on preservation of natural systems, transhumanists see the very concept of the specifically natural as problematically nebulous at best and an obstacle to progress at worst. With the advent of AI, transhumanism began to include the collaboration of man and machine in its goal of transcending human mortality. There are ethical concerns of enhancing only the minds and bodies of individuals who can afford it. But transhumanism proponents say it’s the only way to stay relevant as AI continues to evolve.


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  • Alex O.
    08/11/2021 04:21

    you see all the different people and forums talking about this subject? Not wanting the mRNA see shot has nothing to do with being against vaccinations.

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    08/10/2021 17:10


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    07/30/2021 01:02


  • Phreland W.
    02/07/2021 04:25

    Julian Huxley is the father of transhumanism and he also supported eugenics. Read about his famous brother Aldous Huxley. 👀

  • Eldin R.
    05/04/2020 02:27

    “We’re human beings, we’re not automatons. You work at your job but you don’t stop being a human being. Being a human being means benefiting from rich cultural traditions—not just our own traditions, but many others—and becoming not just skilled, but also wise. Somebody who can think—think creatively, think independently, explore, inquire—and contribute to society. If you don’t have that, you might as well be replaced by a robot. I think that simply can’t be ignored if we want to have a society that’s worth living in.” ― Noam Chomsky, Requiem for the American Dream: The 10 Principles of Concentration of Wealth & Power

  • Ron J.
    04/12/2020 12:04


  • Rocco M.
    02/29/2020 15:43

    There’s a missing phrase here, let me remind you, “Transhumanism NOT AVAILABLE TO MOST OF THE POPULATION DUE TO IGNORANCE!”

  • Christopher G.
    02/29/2020 15:14

    .... I'm all about this !!!

  • James J.
    02/28/2020 17:38

    At a certain point population growth would have to stop. Due to resource depletion. A line from Jurassic Park where Jeff Goldblum said, the scientist spend all their times thinking about what they could do and very little time thinking about what they shouldn't do

  • King L.
    02/27/2020 21:48

    I told you bro

  • Johnjairo R.
    02/27/2020 01:41


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    02/27/2020 01:41


  • Ramiro B.
    02/25/2020 22:37

    Soy un sobreviviente. Adaptación natural.

  • Thomas J.
    02/25/2020 02:52

    I think this is absolutely insane. Sorry, not sorry.

  • Robert R.
    02/24/2020 20:59

    As with everything else humans have done this probably won't turn out well

  • Nelson C.
    02/24/2020 19:41

    Maybe if we eat non-processed food we will live longer

  • Rosa C.
    02/23/2020 01:56

    I like it, but...what if there's a glitch?

  • Rick S.
    02/21/2020 19:19

    They had this in the show the 100 on Netflix

  • Tanya S.
    02/21/2020 05:51

    Smh... you cant handle the people now, so your gonna make something stronger, faster and smarter... Great

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