Two years after Transhumanism’s rise to prominence at the US presidential elections, we explore the relationship between technology and politics, and what a post-human age may look like.
Emotion has been a staple of social movements from as far back as the American revolution. But given the advent of social slacktivism in recent years, it has appeared to be more hindrance than help. Can social movements be more rational then, and if so, should they?
A version of this article first appeared in the Dec/17 issue of The Capital magazine.