transhumanism

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transhumanism

(trăns-hyo͞o′mə-nĭz′əm, trănz-)
n.
1. A belief that humans should strive to transcend the physical limitations of the mind and body by technological means.
2. A movement of people who espouse such a belief.
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Social networks in transhumanistic meditation: Using brain-computer interface (BCI) (4) techniques, a direct communication pathway can be established between the brain and an external device.
The transhumanistic viewpoint considers "restrictive measures (strict regulation of access to high-dose nutraceuticals for the public) only if the potential impact of an activity (harmful effect of a given supplement) has both significant probability and severity.
Why should we use the smartest or stronger genotype was explained by the transhumanistic position that is best-represented trough the ideological standing of Julian Savulescu.
a) Transhumanistic fallacy: Could Irrationality be operative in ethical debates?
From the transhumanistic view, irrationality is understood as epistemologically non-operative in case of reproductive human cloning.
34) Both of the transhumanistic advocates perceived normal function and the "yuck factor" as well, as an unacceptable argument in enhancement debate.