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IEET > Contributors > Khannea Suntzu

Khannea Suntzu

Khannea Suntzu describes herself as cosmist, cosmicist, upwinger, socialist-libertarian, hedonist and abolitionist. Khannea is transgendered, and currently lives in the Netherlands.

Khannea is first and foremost a narrative and scenario-builder, using these predispositions to blog and agitate. Her political views entail an arguably far-leftist stance on society and progress. She is persistently critical of pervasive corporatism, world-wide encroaching encroaching oligarchy and the resulting endemic culture of income disparity. While nominally a techno-progressive and transhumanist, khani is quite critical of the ‘ruthlessly’ libertarian undercurrent in these movements, which she labels “neo-Darwinists” (or a range of less flattering terms). She has traveled to several venues world wide, emphasizing the crisis of energy-resource depletion, technological unemployment, the collapse of democracy, while at the same time actively advocating life extension, space industrialization, basic income, societal resilience and the of radically new modes of communication and social interaction.

Khannea brings her backgrounds in interaction design, art, narrative speculation, scenario building and philosophy to paint often confrontational and sarcastic dystopian extrapolations of current trends. She has been quite active ‘experimenting’ with Second Life in the past, and insists on the relevance of open virtual worlds as a means of communication, creativity and cultural advancement.



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"Transhumanism and Celebrating the Unnatural"   khannea-suntzu.zerostate.net  Oct 16, 2014

"Money What If – HumanCoin"   Ethical Technology  Jun 27, 2014

"Back to the future in the Metaverse"   skefia.com  Apr 23, 2014

"The Massive Danger of Societal Nihilism"   Ethical Technology  Mar 29, 2014

"Is a programmable RFID chip freedom of expression?"   Ethical Technology  Mar 3, 2014

"Enter “CyberMonarchism”. This may actually be a good idea…"   Ethical Technology  Nov 24, 2013

"Is Pain a Functional Necessity?"   khanneasuntzu.com  Aug 10, 2013

"Protected: Making impediments to life extension illegal"   Ethical Technology  Aug 1, 2013

"Republica Festival – “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly” of the next few decades."   Khannea Suntzu's Quixotic Nymious Torrent  Jul 9, 2013

"Eumemics"   Khannea Suntzu's Quixotic Nymious Torrent  Jun 24, 2013

"Should Transhumanists Abandon the Corporatist Capitalist model?"   Ethical Technology  May 20, 2013

"2113 (part two) — Getting stuck in progress"   Ethical Technology  Apr 18, 2013

"2113 (part one) – Immortality and Taxes"   khanneasuntzu.com  Mar 16, 2013


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