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What to think of the enhancement of man?



Peter-Paul Verbeek

Fast Facts

Posted: Jan 23, 2013


“What to think of the enhancement of man? Researching the fading boundaries between humans and technology. With our technological skills we are busy improving man. Brain implants, prosthetics, gene-technology, designing the human seems within reach. At the University of Twente, philosophers study the fading boundaries between humans and technology, and the best way to deal with this.” - Fast Facts

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