The paper focues on the anthropocentric illusion that is common to modern discussions on artificial intelligence. The author concludes that the reality of technological development provokes the emergence of a radically new kind of intelligence, incomparable with human, and also inaccessible to the cognitive capabilities of human species. Marvin Minsky's theory of artificial intelligence is used as the base optics for such an analysis. The result of its application is a cluster of inhuman epistemologies discovered in the framework of the so-called nonhuman turn.
We need new concepts or at least old concepts rethought and redesigned in the new political situation. "The concept of the political", "the authority", "the collective action", "the police state" and "the political homogeneity" are the concepts to be redesigned in the first line.
The article compares the practice of exchange blood transfusion, which Alexander Bogdanov tried to spread in the 20s of the twentieth century as the embodiment of the idea of physiological brotherhood, with such a modern practice of combating pandemics as the use of convalescent plasma. It is assumed that the possible failure in the foreseeable future of attempts to create a vaccine, an unexpected dangerous mutation of the virus, or the emergence of new dangerous epidemics, turn the networks being built everywhere to collect convalescent plasma from those who have been ill, with its subsequent transfusion to patients in need, who thereby get a chance of survival, into a project from our past. We are faced with a prototype of constantly renewed blood exchange between successive recovered and newly ill people to implement a separate physiological life by adding the individual to the individual for life coordination, i.e. the idea of physiological brotherhood in action.