Andreja Pejić, born Andrej, is a Bosnian-born Australian model. Before coming out as a trans woman in late 2013, Pejić was known as the first completely androgynous supermodel. Today, she is one of the most recognisable transgender models in the world and a living example of gender fluidity. Pejić, who worked at a McDonald’s before […]Read More Towards a self-directed postgender identity.
Promoters of postgender politics think that bodies and personalities in a near future will no longer be constrained and circumscribed by gendered traits but enriched by liberty and self-expression. Internet culture has been a great catalyst for the diffusion of alternative visions of gender and sexual identities. But while today we find ourselves in perpetual […]Read More The revolution will be postgenderist…
The production and use of technologies as an extension of the human condition has helped us not only to dominate our natural environment, but to know ourselves better as a biological species. Therefore research in Artificial Intelligence is a fertile field to generate new forms of scientific knowledge, as well as for the production of […]Read More Artificial Intelligence: Science or Alchemy?
Descartes once described the human body as a “fleshy machine” and today’s transhumanists would likely agree. Philosopher Nick Bostrom writes that as we seek to peer farther into posthumanity our ability to concretely imagine what it might be like to have such augmented thoughts and experiences cannot be though or experienced with our current capacities. […]Read More The Augmented Posthuman Body.
Animal metamorphosis is nowadays defined in the field of biology as an esemble of transformations in which the individual transitions from a juvenile to an adult form, expressing the transformation power of life channeling biological processes. But this concept cannot only be reduced to its biological aspect since is also a literary construct (BRUGUIÈRE et al., 2018). For […]Read More Evolution by design.
“Minds are simply what brains do”, Marvin Minsky. The Society of Mind (1986). It is urgently necessary to adopt a spirit of amateur scientists that without fear -and with DIY (“do it yourself”) methodologies- fuels a journey with no return to the domain of new neuroscientific and biotechnologies techniques. The DIY spirit, together with popular […]Read More Neurosocial Empowerment for the Future.
Transhumanism is a way of thinking about the future that is based on the premise that the human species in its current form does not represent the end of our development but rather a comparatively early phase. Transhumanism in a political sense is historically tied to many of the libertarian ideas of the Extropy Institute […]Read More Futurist Politics.
When we speak of posthumanism we refer to the expansion of the “natural” faculties of the human being, and more concretely to the fusion between meat and digital technology … According to Wikipedia a cyborg is an “organism that has restored function or enhanced abilities due to the integration of some artificial component or technology […]Read More Towards a Posthuman Life.