"We need a name for this new belief," mused Julian Huxley in 1957. "Perhaps transhumanism will serve: man remaining man, but transcending himself, by realizing new possibilities of and for his human nature."
Non-discursively, transhumanism is in some ways a lifestyle. Many transhumanists take specially engineered vitamins and supplements; some go so far as to implant electrodes in their bodies in order to connect with computer technology.
Most transhumanists support the use of technology to radically increase a healthy lifespan and to boost biologically-based capacities such as memory and analytical skills. But they often disagree on how exactly to accomplish these aims.
The most obvious way to ground human rights and disallow discrimination is to assume that humans are special and have intrinsic value by virtue of their being human, and that all humans are equal.
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