In this review I will analyze Stefan Lorenz Sorgner’s two most recent books, Schöner neuer Mensch and Übermensch. Plädoyer für einen Nietzscheanischen Transhumanismus. I will argue that, as well as presenting the trans- and posthumanist debate in very approachable terms, both of these works aim to reorient the technoprogressive discourse toward the issue of education, an aspect that has been somewhat neglected to date. Sorgner’s objective seems to be to supply a cultural foundation for transhumanism while presenting its ethical and socio-political implications.

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