Interviews: Albert Cortina
Albert Cortina is a lawyer and urban planner.He promotesadvanced humanism for a society in which emerging biotechnologies are at the service of humanity. Although he dedicated 25 years of his life to territorial planning and wilderness preservation, he currently directs his attention to the preservation of the human condition in the face of transhumanism.
Cortina is author of the book Advanced Humanism for a Biotechnological Society (pub. Teconté).Together with neuroscientist Miguel Angel Serra, he also wrote a trilogy on the same subject: Human or Posthuman? Technological Uniqueness and Human Improvement (pub. Fragmenta); Humanity ∞ . Ethical Challenges of Emerging and Unique Technologies (pub. Eiunsa); Ethics of Emerging Technologies in People with Functional Diversity (pub.Eiunsa).