At the dawn of the 21st century, humanity as a whole is facing a series of crises of such magnitude, confirming that we are clearly in the midst of a change of era. A change of era is produced by a series of events that modify the dominant conception of the world to the point that it becomes largely incomprehensible until a new worldview takes shape that is able to give meaning to the resulting new era. This change of era is produced by the confluence of a series of vehicles of change, among which we would like to highlight the following:
In short, globalization, the industrial and technological revolution, the ecological crisis, the anthropological crisis, and the possibility of creating transhuman and posthuman beings in theoretical coexistence with human beings and other living beings are the keys to the change of era in which we are currently immersed. They also pose the necessity of creating new paradigms that will help us understand this new global context in order to guide the transition to the new era that we have yet to see clearly.