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Transhumanism and the Dialectics of Progressivism

By Steve Fuller Emilie Whitaker has provided a masterful survey of the sensibilities that inform the rise of contemporary transhumanism, a movement in which I have been a participant-observer for the past ten years. Although it is easy to see – and possibly dismiss – transhumanism as a self-contained fringe phenomenon cooked up in the fevered […]

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No Death, No Taxes: A Wake Up Call from Transhumanism

By Emilie Whitaker Saramago’s Death at Intervals depicts a country without death; over seven months the text explores the consequences of death postponed. He tells us of what happens when immortality becomes a lived experience – of those left suspended between life and death, of the crisis of religion and philosophy and a state on the brink […]

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