The lecture will try to define what the man of the future will be like.
Anthropocentric philosophy positions man in the center of the world seeing them as the goal of all events that happen. This paradigm is critiqued by two directions of posthumanism. While the first sees man as a part of nature who has no fundamental ontological differences with the animate world, the second considers techonology a continuation of man entailing the transformation of human body and mind. Despite the dissimilarities between these directions, generally, posthumanism is based around the acception of the equality of Man, Nature, and Society as three substances that evolve together.