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Prospects for a Transhuman mind?



Leda Cosmides

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Posted: Mar 11, 2007


All in the Mind‘s enchanting Natasha Mitchell asks"Transhumanists are hell-bent on extending their lives beyond the current limits of the flesh, by exploiting cutting-edge genomics, stem-cell research, robotics and nanotechnology. Engineering evolution is their goal. But can they re-engineer our Darwinian mind? Leda Cosmides, renowned pioneer of the controversial field evolutionary psychology, asks, ‘Are We Already Transhuman?’ in this Templeton Research Lecture recorded for All in the Mind at Arizona State University.”
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