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Francaise > Rights > HealthLongevity > Contributors > Terence Ericson
Terence Ericson
[Vidéo] La longévité, pourquoi vivre plus longtemps ? by Terence Ericson

Nous souhaitons tous vivre vieux, mais nous ne souhaitons pas être vieux… Découvrez les potentialités et les réalités de l’allongement de la vie en bonne santé

Francaise > Technopolitics > Philosophy > Rights > BodyAutonomy > ReproRights > Advisory Board > Marc Roux
Marc Roux
Le transhumanisme n’est pas un «eugénisme libéral» by Marc Roux

Pour essayer de sortir de la condamnation systématique associant le transhumanisme à l’eugénisme, notamment totalitaire, certains ont proposé de le décrire comme un “eugénisme libéral”. Mais, au sens strict, le transhumanisme démocratique n’est pas un eugénisme du tout.

Technopolitics > Philosophy > Rights > Personhood > Affiliate Scholar > Roland Benedikter
IEET’s Roland Benedikter Published Debate Article ‘Citizen Robot’ Cato Unbound

The “overcoming of man” long announced by the western political philosophy of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries seems to have begun in practice, induced – as remains to be seen, consciously or unconsciously – by states and leaders who live in a paradox: a medieval worldview connected with the hyper-technology of tomorrow.

Read the full article here

Technopolitics > Sociology > Philosophy > Psychology > Technoprogressivism > Rights > Economic > Affiliate Scholar > Rick Searle
Rick Searle
Utopia of the Wastelands by Rick Searle

Part of the problem with utopia is the question of where do you put it. After all, what any imaginary ideal society ultimately ends up being is its “own world turned upside down”, which means that the world, as it is, must not have a place for anything like a paradise on earth, otherwise an author would have had no reason to dream up a utopia in the first place.

Francaise > Rights > HealthLongevity > Contributors > Alexandre Maurer
Alexandre Maurer
La fin du travail : est-ce possible, est-ce souhaitable ? by Alexandre Maurer

Analyse des arguments d’un opposant à la “fin du travail”.

Technopolitics > Psychology > Technoprogressivism > SciencePolicy > Rights > CognitiveLiberty > Fellows > David Wood
David Wood
Pragmatically envisioning better humans by David Wood

Is it possible to significantly improve politics, over the course of, say, the next dozen years, without first significantly improving human nature?

Francaise > Rights > Economic > Technological Unemployment > Contributors > Alexandre Maurer
Alexandre Maurer
Temps de vie augmenté : de quoi parle-t-on ? by Alexandre Maurer

Allongement de la durée de vie, automatisation du travail : qu’entend-t-on précisément par là ?

SciencePolicy > Neuroscience > Brain–computer-interface > Rights > HealthLongevity > Contributors > Keith B. Wiley
Keith B. Wiley
Implications of the BPF large mammal brain preservation prize by Keith B. Wiley

A follow-up to the similarly titled 2016 article concerning the BPF small mammal prize

Technopolitics > Technoprogressivism > Rights > CognitiveLiberty > FreeThought > Affiliate Scholar > Hank Pellissier
Hank Pellissier
Leo Igwe’s iDOUBT Critical Thinking workshop seeks to End Superstition in Africa and The Philippines by Hank Pellissier

Leo Igwe PhD, a Nigerian journalist and activist, has designed a 5-Step Critical Thinking (CT) workshop called “iDOUBT” that aims to obliterate dangerous superstitions in Subsaharan Africa, and in tribal groups of The Philippines.

Rights > HealthLongevity > Staff > Marcelo Rinesi
Marcelo Rinesi
What’s the healthiest city in the US? (and what does that even mean?) by Marcelo Rinesi

(Spoiler alert: it’s not Detroit, and it’d be a relatively simple question if it weren’t for cancer.)