Oh yeah, I agree. It is quite a broad scope. Each human experience is different from the others, some more similar, but they all differ, to the point that I wonder what the essence of the human being is, all being a group with many apparent differences, what is it that we all have that makes us human? That is something that needs to be answered when addressing the issue of transhumanism.

Transhumanism could conceivably allow us to "step into" the "mind-space" of others with experiences wholly unfamiliar to us.

I would not deny that. Although I would see it more as an experiment than a way of life.

Well, when your bacteria habitat implodes, it might be your only option.

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