Where Is the Human? Beyond the Enhancement Debate [Book Review]

Science, Technology, and Human Values 40 (1):149-162 (2015)
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Abstract

Diverging definitions of what the human being is or should be polarize the ongoing debate about human enhancement between so-called bioconservatives and transhumanists. This essay seeks to review some of the central issues at stake in this discussion and in a wider sense within current, mostly philosophically oriented approaches that endeavor to understand “human being” or “human nature” in relation to technology. It does so specifically on the basis of a discussion of two recent works that thoroughly grapple with these topics.

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