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IEET > Contributors > Lincoln Cannon

Lincoln Cannon

Lincoln Cannon is a philosopher and programmer, passionate about technology, spirituality, science and religion. He is a professional software engineer, Internet marketer and information technologist, with extensive experience leading technical teams in development and integration of web and mobile systems. In his spare time, he serves as president of the Mormon Transhumanist Association. He holds a masters degree in business and a bachelors degree in philosophy from Brigham Young University. Lincoln is married with Dorothée Vankrieckenge, a French national, and is father to three bilingual children.



Articles


"Are We Living in a Family History Simulation?"   Lincoln Cannon  Oct 8, 2014

"Resuscitation, by Cryonics or Otherwise, Is a Religious Mandate"   lincoln.metacannon.net  Aug 11, 2014

"The Altruist God of an Egoist Atheist - (An Interesting perspective for IEETers)"   Ethical Technology  Nov 16, 2012

"Evolving Gods and Richard Dawkins"   Lincoln Metacannon  Sep 23, 2012

"Skeptical of the Ideas Proposed by Transhumanists?"   Lincoln Metacannon  Aug 7, 2012

"Speculating Around Speculative Roadblocks to the Singularity"   Lincoln Metacannon  Jul 31, 2012

"The Singularity Doesn’t Require Paul Allen’s Understanding"   Lincoln Metacannon  Jul 29, 2012

"Do Dyson Spheres and Von Neumann Probes make the Fermi Paradox Worse?"   Lincoln Metacannon  Jul 24, 2012

"Teaching Teenagers to Value Sex Without Sexism"   Ethical Technology  Jul 18, 2012

"Integrate Your Ideology"   Ethical Technology  Apr 14, 2012

"Dynamic Faith in Pancritical Rationalism"   Ethical Technology  Mar 15, 2012


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Transhumanism & Mormonism   2013-05-09


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Call for Papers for 2014 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association (Salt Lake City, UT - Apr 04, 2014)

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