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Giulio Prisco Interviewing Dirk Bruere on The Praxis Book



Dirk Bruere

teleXLR8

Posted: Jan 13, 2013


January 13, 2013   Giulio Prisco:Turing Church

We chatted with author Dirk Bruere about his book The Praxis in teleXLR8, on January 12, 2013.

Main topics: The Praxis, the importance of community and mutual help, transhumanist religion, the multiverse of quantum physics, quantum immortality, quantum suicide, resurrection, reality as a simulation.

See the full video below, thanks Eugen for recording.

A follow-up chat to discuss practicalities of implementation will take place on February 2, 2013, at 6pm UK time (7pm EU, 1pm EST, 10am PST).

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Eugen and Dirk

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A review of The Praxis by Giulio Prisco

An article Dirk Bruere wrote for the IEET


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