Transhumanism is a philosophical movement, the proponents of which advocate and predict the enhancement of the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies able to greatly enhance longevity, mood and cognitive abilities. Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers of emerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations as well as the ethics  of using such technologies. Another topic of transhumanist research is how to protect humanity against existential risks , such as nuclear war or asteroid collision. The contemporary meaning of the term "transhumanism" was foreshadowed by one of the first professors of futurology , a man who changed his name to FM
What are arguments?
Critical Thinking and Argumentation
Albert Einstein, Henry Ford , Marie Curie, Sigmund Freud…these are just a few of the critical thinkers who have shaped our modern lives. Critical thinkers think clearly and rationally, and make logical connections between ideas -- they are crucial to exploring and understanding the world we live in. Critical thinkers are focused on constantly upgrading their knowledge, and they engage in independent self-learning. They make some of the best leaders , because they can reach new planes of self-improvement and self-actualization. Careful observation includes our ability to document details, and to collect data through our senses. Our observations will eventually lead to insight and a deeper understanding of the world.
[F01] What is a fallacy
Two competing conceptions of fallacies are that they are false but popular beliefs and that they are deceptively bad arguments. These we may distinguish as the belief and argument conceptions of fallacies. Academic writers who have given the most attention to the subject of fallacies insist on, or at least prefer, the argument conception of fallacies, but the belief conception is prevalent in popular and non-scholarly discourse. As we shall see, there are yet other conceptions of what fallacies are, but the present inquiry focuses on the argument conception of fallacies. Being able to detect and avoid fallacies has been viewed as a supplement to criteria of good reasoning.
Critical thinkers break arguments into basic statements and draw logical implications. Clarification of arguments : Critical thinkers locate ambiguity and vagueness in arguments and propositions. Establishment of facts : Critical thinkers determine if the premises are reasonable and identify information that has been omitted or not collected.