The dynamics of technological and socio-civilization changes launched by the digital revolution draws new - unknown - dilemmas (and threats unknown so far), leading to a radical re-evaluation of relationships between people not only on a local, but also a global scale, which undoubtedly affects various aspects of human activity, both in private and public life. These changes are certainly different from those of industrial revolutions. As a result, we are observing today the growing process of progressive pantechnologism, i.e. the giving of technological (non-biological) reality . The human world surrounding modern man becomes, at will, dominated by technology that begins to affect, on an unprecedented scale, also its existence, while introducing to the public discourse - but also to the research spectrum from the cognitive point of view - the problems of trashumanism.
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