Final Test
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Why is a dualistic formation of identity often problematic?
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According to the Greeks, people who did not speak Greek and thus, did not have access to "paideia" - that is, Greek education -, were considered "barbarians".
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Which of the following goes against post-humanist beliefs?
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Of the three definitions of Posthumanism, which one specifically discusses the human no longer being codified as the top species?
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What is a sincere concern in democratic Transhumanism?
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Why is the term "human" no longer reflective of who we are in the 21st century?
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How can biology and ecology be utilized to deconstruct a dualistic notion of the human?
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Please choose the correct statement.
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How does one address our existence in terms of Post-humanism?
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What are the main goals of Transhumanism and Posthumanism, respectively?
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How are Posthumanism and Transhumanism similar?
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What is speciesism?
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From which movement, in particular, did Post-Humanism arise?
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What ideas are explored in Post-humanism?
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Where does Transhumanism come from?
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What does the term "Anthropocene" mean?
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What is inherent in dualistic modes of thinking?
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What does "anthropos" mean?
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Post-humanism emphasizes that the human is a plural, rather than single, notion. What does this mean?
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Which of these statements is representative of Posthumanism?
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What are the two assets regarding reformation of humans that leads to human enhancement?
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What are some philosophical movements that fit under the umbrella term of "Posthuman"?
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What are some ways to combat dualism?
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What is a primary goal of Post-Anthropocentrism?
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What is included in the "deconstruction" approach of posthumanism?
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What does it mean to "deconstruct the human" with regards to Post-Humanism?
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What would be an example of cultural Posthumanism?
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Is it possible to be considered transhuman today?
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What do Posthumanism, Transhumanism, and Antihumanism share in common?
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Please choose the correct statement.
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Why is dualistic thinking unsustainable?
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Why is the Anthropocene especially distinguishable from other geological eras?
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What is regarded as the catalyst for the Anthropocene by Crutzen and Stoermer?
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How is Posthumanism different from Transhumanism?
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According to Transhumanism, we are not posthuman yet.
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Posthumanism is a single school of thought.
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What best defines Democratic Transhumanism?
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It can be argued that human identity tout court has formed, historically and theoretically through the construction of the 'Other.' In the context of the article "The Body" (F. Ferrando) where it is cited from, this quote means that:
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The following philosophical movement is characterized by a belief in the potential for human enhancement through scientific and technological means:
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