The rise of contemporary post-humans

A philosopher best known for his theory on antispecism explains how humanity has reached a “definitive collapse point.”

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Further Reading
Philosophy

The infinite debate around the reality of hours

Is time a genuine phenomenon,  or is it just a metaphor?

by Giuliano Torrengo

Future of work

The currency of time

In principle, technology should allow us to work less, but in fact, we are working more.

by Leonardo Caffo

Philosophy

The interaction of political and utopian thought

Utopia has been part of the Western philosophical conversation on matters political from day one, as a style of thinking.

by Alessandro Ferrara

Philosophy

Climate change needs a new definition

Defining Anthropocene as a geological era defines a feature of “modern” humans. It’s time to face the facts.

by Etienne Turpin