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a.1.More than human; superhuman.
Words may not tell of that transhuman change.
- H. F. Cary.
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Furthermore, the social impact of the proposed gradual but radical transhuman transformation might be limited, affecting only those who will have access to the needed technological tools.
Transhuman interests inspire--and are inspired by--other areas of society, too, where technology is "challenging established ideas of, and relationships within, human life," maintains Hurlbut.
This would seem to be a somewhat bashful reassertion of the previous chapter's strong asseveration of the existence of knowable, primal, transhuman "substance.
3) For the duration of this paper, I use the term transhuman not
Upon entering the gallery, a wall-size video projection, titled Transhuman Circuit/Turing Battle (all works 2009) confronts you, but let's take that up later; behind that wall is Intelligence, a large, dusky room Kallioinen has created as a "home" for hallucinations.
In Transhuman Dance Recital (2007), for example, what starts out as a lecture ends up a music video, where he bounces around with Technicolor tentacles to New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle" alongside a small blue triangle with round, blinking eyes.
TRANSHUMAN covers everything from extraordinary individuals and lives to everyday people facing challenges to their humanity.
He defined his "Inhumanness"--a term that has occasioned a spate of commentary and considerable confusion--pantheistically as the "recognition of [a] transhuman magnificence" which "neutralizes fanaticism," provides for "the religious instinct," and "satisfies" the "need to .
Inhumanism," as Jeffers defined it, had nothing to do with being inhuman and everything to do with his allegiance to the permanent things, such as the transhuman magnificence of creation.
One way to avoid this possible fragmentation of society would be to find something to say to those who insist that their conception of the good life is not transhuman.
Only then can we digest, according to Edward Said, "the pressures of such transpersonal, transhuman, and transcultural forces as class, the unconscious, gender, race, and structure" (294).