Concept Nativism and Transhumanism: Educating future minds

  • Byron Kaldis
Keywords: innate concepts, transhumanism, enhanced cognition

Abstract

This paper programmatically posits, argues for the relevance of, and briefly addresses the question whether innate conceptual repertoires, if admitted as plausible, should matter to transhumanist debates. The latter should turn their attention to analyzing the radically enhanced cognitive capacities with which such future human beings will be endowed. The answers eventually given to this puzzle will inevitably challenge received views on education, especially the kind of education appropriate for such future minds.

Author Biography

Byron Kaldis

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Published
2018-05-02
How to Cite
Kaldis, B. (2018). Concept Nativism and Transhumanism: Educating future minds. HUMANA.MENTE Journal of Philosophical Studies, 11(33), 145-153. Retrieved from http://www.humanamente.eu/index.php/HM/article/view/29