Friday, November 19, 2010


Transhumanism is sometimes abbreviated to >H or H+. Its' somethig beyong human. Better than human. More advanced. Transhumanists want to use the technology and science to improve the human condition. Those sciences are mainly neurotechnology, biotechnology and nanotechnology. One of the first transhumanists was a Russian philosopher M. Fiodorow. He was postulating  to use the science to make the human life last longer or even to resurrect the dead. The term "transthumanism" was created by a biologist J. Huxley in 1957. Another famous transhumanist was a futurist F.M. Esfandiary, but the most recent definition has been created by a philosopher M. More.