Trans and Post
Broderick (Damien)
Source: More & Vita-More - The Transhumanist Reader, Part IX - Chapter 39
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Editors’ Abstract1

  1. Critical theorist and science fiction author Damien Broderick tackles Fukuyama’s worries about the biotechnological revolution in his essay, "Trans and Post."
  2. In identifying a core goal of transhumanism2 as the defeat of aging and death, Broderick asks whether such a transhumanist3 victory over decay would be wicked (as many people assume) or a boon.



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Footnote 1: Taken from "More (Max) & Vita-More (Natasha) - Transhumanism: The World's Most Dangerous Idea - Introduction".


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