Purpose of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

Support the IEET




The IEET is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization registered in the State of Connecticut in the United States. Please give as you are able, and help support our work for a brighter future.



Search the IEET
Subscribe and Contribute to:


Technoprogressive? BioConservative? Huh?
Quick overview of biopolitical points of view




whats new at ieet

IEET Launching Annual Fundraiser

“I Don’t See Class”

A Fleet of Jets: A Critical Look at the Business of African Pentecostalism

Is the Ethiopian Village of Awra Amba Really a Utopia?

TranshumaNietzsche

Big-Bank Bad Guys Bully Democracy – And Blow It


ieet books

Anticipating Tomorrow’s Politics
Author
Ed. David Wood


comments

Peter Wicks on 'Armed with Cameras...' (Apr 1, 2015)

instamatic on 'Armed with Cameras...' (Mar 31, 2015)

Rick Searle on 'The Sofalarity is Near' (Mar 31, 2015)

CygnusX1 on 'The Sofalarity is Near' (Mar 31, 2015)

rms on 'Nigerians will soon have to worry about implanted pacemaker security' (Mar 31, 2015)

rms on 'Three Tales of the DRM Curtain' (Mar 31, 2015)

Rick Searle on 'The Sofalarity is Near' (Mar 31, 2015)







Subscribe to IEET News Lists

Daily News Feed

Longevity Dividend List

Catastrophic Risks List

Biopolitics of Popular Culture List

Technoprogressive List

Trans-Spirit List



JET

Enframing the Flesh: Heidegger, Transhumanism, and the Body as “Standing Reserve”

Moral Enhancement and Political Realism

Intelligent Technologies and Lost Life

Hottest Articles of the Last Month


IEET Launching Annual Fundraiser
Mar 18, 2015
(3815) Hits
(0) Comments

The nanobots are coming back
Mar 10, 2015
(7474) Hits
(0) Comments

The Sofalarity is Near
Mar 30, 2015
(6641) Hits
(4) Comments

Posthumanisms: A Carnapian Experiment
Mar 19, 2015
(5848) Hits
(4) Comments



IEET > Rights > Personhood

Print Email permalink (0) Comments (2291) Hits •  subscribe Share on facebook Stumble This submit to reddit submit to digg


Entangled dolphin ‘asked me for help’



Martina Wing

BBC News: Science & Environment

Posted: Jan 29, 2013


“If animal behavior is mostly instinctual, why do animals need to communicate? Is it possible that there is a universal language spoken and understood by all animals on earth, including humans? Do barks, growls, rumbles, chirps, yips, and meows have communicative meanings?” - Amazon

Get Adobe Flash player


Listen/View


Print Email permalink (0) Comments (2292) Hits •  subscribe Share on facebook Stumble This submit to reddit submit to digg


COMMENTS


YOUR COMMENT (IEET's comment policy)

Login or Register to post a comment.

Next entry: A New Model Drone Resolution

Previous entry: Doubling Down on the Posthuman

HOME | ABOUT | FELLOWS | STAFF | EVENTS | SUPPORT  | CONTACT US
SECURING THE FUTURE | LONGER HEALTHIER LIFE | RIGHTS OF THE PERSON | ENVISIONING THE FUTURE
CYBORG BUDDHA PROJECT | AFRICAN FUTURES PROJECT | JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION AND TECHNOLOGY

RSSIEET Blog | email list | newsletter |
The IEET is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization registered in the State of Connecticut in the United States.

Contact: Executive Director, Dr. James J. Hughes,
56 Daleville School Rd., Willington CT 06279 USA 
Email: director @ ieet.org     phone: 860-297-2376