11 QUESTIONS ON THE IMPACT OF NANOTECHNOLOGY IN SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY
The impact of nanotechnology on anthropology, society and philosophy remains to be seen. However, in Transcendental we try to anticipate what those consequences might be.
- Is it in our nature to be posthumans?
- How will the immortality society that awaits us in a few decades?
- How would a society capable of increasing its intelligence evolve?
What would a society be like in which, using 3D nanotechnology home 3D printers, wealth (or any product) would be a good available without having to work?
Will nanotechnology provide us with a society in which we will not need to work? As will be?
Will the universal basic income come from a society in which wealth will be an available good without having to work, thanks to nanotechnology?
What is it, in terms of human essence, that we modify or regenerate our body? Would we stop being human?
How would a collective intelligence affect us? It would be desirable?
What would happen if we could clone ourselves? What would bring us and what risks would there be?
Aging is a disease, today without a cure. When the cure to aging is discovered, how will the end of death affect society?
When science overcomes aging, will there be people who would prefer to grow old and die?
Y tú... ¿Qué piensas?
Trascendental characters respond to these and other questions, but the interesting thing is to collect the speculations of the readers. Choose the question (s) you want and leave your answers
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