Ilia Stambler’s book, “A History of Life-extensionism in the Twentieth Century” – is now freely available from his site, in html and pdf formats for a limited time only. The paper book also has been reduced in price to make it more available...
My main theoretical contribution to the field of aging research has been the Demographic Theory of Aging.
A friend emailed me to say that he believed that transhumanists should strive to be free, if free will doesn’t currently exist, or strive to be freer, if humans currently possess some small modicum of free will.
We believe that aging should be seen as a disease, albeit as a disease that is a universal and multisystemic process.
Do you fear babies? Then don’t fear AGI-. Should babies fear you? Then don’t fear AGI+.
Our new pick for a “notable” paper is “The formal darwinism project in outline” by Alan Grafen, published in Biology and Philosophy on 25 January 2014.
Is this a useful system for mapping out the space of possible algocratic decision procedures?
a Reply to Frank Wilczek’s Remarks about Physics
Chronological, biological and social age are now becoming increasingly uncoupled.
During much of the transhumanist movement, advocates of Christianity have rightly opposed supporters of transhumanism because of ideological differences.