1 National Pedagogical Dragomanov University (Kyiv, Ukraine)
2 National Pedagogical Dragomanov University (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Received: 25 February 2018 / Accepted: 9 May 2018 / Published: 10 October 2018
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In the article, the authors considered the ideas related to change and rehabilitation the body within the boundaries of a new social phenomenon, syberculture. As a result of the research, the authors concluded that the expansion of the possibilities of self, due to body composition changes and creation of the cybernetic organism is one of the possible scenarios for the development of future human being. Changes which happen in the Universe, which are considered and predicted in the paradigm of the Mental Universe, approve in the science new understanding of the place of man and the sense of his life. Change and rehabilitation the body are considered by the authors as the integral quality of everyday life of man of the future, which provides expansion of the opportunities of self. Such approach changes the attitude towards disabled people who are forced to use the modern technologies in body composition changes, and who assert self priority over a body on the example of one’s personal life. The authors believe that man of the future will have to turn to the experience of affirming self over a body of a disabled person and use it to adapt one’s body to the conditions of the changing Universe.
Keywords: cyberculture, transhumanism, Transhumanist Declaration, body composition changes, disabled people, the cyborg theory, cybernetic organism, Mental Universe
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