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A Philosophical History of Transhumanism

John Kennedy Philip goes deep into the search for (post-) human heights.
[Issue 160: February/March 2024: Articles]

The Revolt Against Humanity by Adam Kirsch

Ian James Kidd responds to rejections of humanity.
[Issue 159: December 2023 / January 2024: Books]

We Have Always Been Cyborgs by Stefan Lorenz Sorgner

Natasha Beranek sees transhumanism get an upgrade.
[Issue 155: April/May 2023: Books]

Stefan Lorenz Sorgner

Stefan Lorenz Sorgner is a philosophy professor at John Cabot University in Rome, and Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Posthuman Studies. His most recent book, On Transhumanism, was recently published by Penn State University Press. He chats about transhumanism with Roberto Manzocco.
[Issue 142: February/March 2021: Interview]

The Future of Philosophy is CYBORG

Phil Torres imagines a biotech way of solving intractable philosophical problems.
[Issue 141: December 2020 / January 2021: Articles]

Philosophical Posthumanism by Francesca Ferrando

Roberto Manzocco explores the posthuman condition.
[Issue 137: April/May 2020: Books]

Elastic Selves in the Age of Enhancement

Susana Badiola wonders how technology will help us understand our selves.
[Issue 134: October/November 2019: Articles]

Challenge, Enhancement & Martial Arts

Daniel Faggella uses technology to reevaluate what it is to be challenged.
[Issue 134: October/November 2019: Articles]

Moral Blind Spots

Gerald Jones discusses how we judge the past, how we will one day be judged, and what we can do about it.
[Issue 128: October/November 2018: Frankenstein & Philosophy]


Raymond Tallis tells us how (not) to live forever.
[Issue 128: October/November 2018: Tallis in Wonderland]

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