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Concept art of Sevastopol public spaces by Brad Wright for "Alien: Isolation" (2014).

Concept art of Sevastopol public spaces by Brad Wright for "Alien: Isolation" (2014).

xna, Andrei Cristea on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/xna

xna, Andrei Cristea on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/xna

There is no greater harm to philosophical discourse than to reduce it to its history, incapable of seeing it as constant exploration.  Maybe philosophical  anthropology  could be a good example, as it looks more like a type of theoretical cemetery than the vibrant energy that it actually has, given the current issues that put in doubt the continuity of what is “human”, anticipating the “post-humans” era, or at least the “super humans”, in either case the transhuman.

There is no greater harm to philosophical discourse than to reduce it to its history, incapable of seeing it as constant exploration. Maybe philosophical anthropology could be a good example, as it looks more like a type of theoretical cemetery than the vibrant energy that it actually has, given the current issues that put in doubt the continuity of what is “human”, anticipating the “post-humans” era, or at least the “super humans”, in either case the transhuman.

fbspin:  Futuristic robotic man, a 3d android by Ociacia   Andriods Androids Androids! …and cyborgs…

fbspin: Futuristic robotic man, a 3d android by Ociacia Andriods Androids Androids! …and cyborgs…

they used computer graphics to create these two images of anatomically accurate Neanderthals in more familiar dress:

they used computer graphics to create these two images of anatomically accurate Neanderthals in more familiar dress:

Lifelike reconstruction of a Neanderthal man - Neanderthal museum, Mettmann, Germany

Lifelike reconstruction of a Neanderthal man - Neanderthal museum, Mettmann, Germany