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William Gillis

William Gillis is a theoretical physicist based in Oakland California and a fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society. He’s organized as an anarchist activist for over fifteen years and has written extensively on ethics and technology.




Articles
"The Incoherence and Unsurvivability of Non-Anarchist Transhumanism"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 29, 2015)

"Science as Radicalism (Part 3: scientists have been largely captured by dominant power structures)"   Human Iterations  (Aug 22, 2015)

"Science as Radicalism (Part 2: digging for the roots - the radicalism of scientists)"   Human Iterations  (Aug 22, 2015)

"Science as Radicalism (Part 1: why do many leftists regard science as profoundly uncool?)"   Human Iterations  (Aug 22, 2015)

"Physics is the Frontier, the Inescapable Root, and it is also Utterly Beautiful"   Human Iterations  (Jun 20, 2015)

"Objectification & Pornography"   Humaniterations  (Jun 10, 2015)

"Transhumanism and Aesthetics"     (Jun 8, 2015)

"Scientists as a Revolutionary Class"   Ethical Technology  (Jun 21, 2014)

"What is Anarcho-Transhumanism?"   Human Iterations  (May 1, 2014)

"Every Scientist Should Be An Anarchist"   Human Iterations  (Apr 11, 2014)