Tag Archives: Transhumanism

The Prospect of Immortality

As you may know, some transhumanists (and others) are interested in cryopreservation as part of their goal of achieving immortality, and if not immortality then greatly extended life span. The hope is that at some point in the future, when … Continue reading

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The Use of Science in the Search for Human Perfection

McGill University’s Margaret Somerville has a thought-provoking piece, “The Flawed Quest for Perfection,” in the Ottawa Citizen. Does any given use of this science, in the search for human perfection, damage or destroy the essence of our humanness? That leads … Continue reading

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Better than Human?

Some of you may know that I’ve written and spoken on the topic of Transhumanism. Salvo magazine has recently made some of their content available online, including the cover article from their first issue, “Better than Human: The Transhumanist Transition … Continue reading

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