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the belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and technology.

What are the pros and cons of transhumanism?
Transhumanism is one of the bigger double edged blades in existence when it comes to pros and cons. There are very distinct pros and cons to transhumanism. For example, for the pros, the correct transhumanism technology can give sight to the blind, and allow the deaf to hear, it will allow us to communicate with people not able to speak, as well as many other great things.
Is there anything bad about transhumanism?
The only real danger posed by transhumanism, it seems, is that people on both the left and the right may find it much more attractive than the reactionary bioconservatism proffered by Fukuyama and some of the other members of the President's Council.
Should we embrace transhumanism?
Transhumanism shares all of these technological goals, and as such, Christians should embrace it. But Christians should also not be naïve in this pursuit either, because for most post-human transhumanists the ideological battle for intellectual ownership of transhumanism is presently occurring.
What is the goal of transhumanism?
For Hughes, the purpose of transhumanism should be to enhance humanity rather than transgress it. "The central goal of transhumanism is to give everybody access to safe and effective human enhancement technologies that extend health ability, longevity, cognitive capacity, and reproductive control," Hughes told TechRepublic.
Is transhumanism actually theoretically possible?
Long story short, in essence, transhumanism is both theoretically and realistically possible. Of course. It is simply becoming better than just being Human and Humans have in fact already done that.
What is the core of transhumanism?
The core of transhumanism is to encourage the use of biotransformative technologies 1 in order to “enhance” the human organism, with the ultimate aim being to modify the human organism so radically as to “overcome fundamental human limitations” ( Transhumanist FAQ, 2016) and thereby the “human” as such.
In short This dystopian nightmare scenario is no longer the stuff of science fiction, but an integral part of the proposed post-pandemic.
Indeed, to the extent that implementing the transhumanist agenda is possible, it requires the concentration of political and economic power in the hands of a global elite and the dependence of people on the state.
That’s precisely the aim of the Great Reset, promoted by German economist Klaus Schwab, CEO and founder of World Economic Forum, along with billionaire “philanthropists” George Soros and Bill Gates and other owners, managers, and shareholders of Big Tech, Big Pharma, and Big Finance who meet at the WEF retreats at Davos, Switzerland
Transhumanism is far from a benign doctrine. Rather, it is at complete enmity with Christianity.
Transhumanists take science as their religion and believe in a philosophy of “absolute relativism” that claims that individuals can change reality at will, and they seek to “relativize the human being” and “turn it into a putty that can be modified or molded to our taste and our desire and by rejecting those limits nature or God have placed on us.”
Transhumanism therefore requires “the destruction of “the Judeo-Christian morality, which is based on absolute principles and values.”
Those raising alarm about the Great Reset often overlook the crucial role of technology in the plans of the meta-capitalists.
The COVID-19 pandemic was “just another social engineering project deliberately planned and implemented by predatory meta capitalism to achieve the ultimate end: redefining and reconfiguring the human nature and condition,”
“I have the firm conviction that this pandemic has been manufactured and its purpose is none other than to initiate, as they say, or implement the Great Reset,” which will open the door to the advancement of the transhumanist agenda.