As implicações antidemocráticas do transumanismo. The anti-democratic implications of transhumanism

Problemata: International Journal of Philosophy 13 (2):81-90 (2022)
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The objective of this paper is to present the thesis of the Japanese-American philosopher and economist Francis Fukuyama, known as the “end of history”, to reflect on the central argument of this thesis that transhumanism represents a problem for democracy. Therefore, a conceptual analysis will be carried out, based on selected excerpts, of Fukuyama's works entitledThe end of history and the last man, Our posthuman futureand “Transhumanism”.

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Bruno Camilo de Oliveira
Universidade Federal Rural Do Semiárido


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