Genetic and transhumanism – In the discussion of human nature, Coeckelbergh argues that biology teaches us the sense of natural evolution: “all organisms, including humans, change over time due to natural selection and (according to contemporary evolution theory) change and genetic drift.
It was promised to change the world when a human’s genetic information that is known as the genome, that was mapped 15 years ago. So far, the optimists have anticipated an era in which all genetic diseases would be eliminated. Pessimists feared widespread genetic discrimination. Neither of these hopes and fears has been realized.