[ExI] Atten: For any extropy technolibertarians -
nanite1018 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 01:37:56 UTC 2012
I don't post very often (hoping to get more active), but I think there is a
place for just a teensy bit of sectarianism in the broader transhumanist
movement. For example, some might think that government regulations will
slow down progress unjustifiably, while others may view it as the best way
to combat existential risks from technologies like AGI and molecular
nanotechnology. The same goes for social programs--- you could think
they'll make things worse, or better.
Obviously your views on such things will effect how you go about promoting
transhumanist ideas, and what programs, organizations, and initiatives one
will support. Having a place to discuss such topics with others of like
mind is beneficial for both the movement as well as for the psychology of
the individuals involved. And since the ExI list isn't necessarily the best
place for such discussions, it makes sense to create a group especially for
libertarian transhumanists (and democratic transhumanists,
On Jul 30, 2012 9:18 PM, <natasha at natasha.cc> wrote:
> Quoting Max More <max at maxmore.com>:
> On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 9:33 PM, Kevin G Haskell <kgh1kgh2 at gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>>> I love Max an Natasha, but I just want to let you know about the Facebook
>>> group I moderate called "Technolibertarians."
>>> I'm not sure I understand the "but" here.
> Probably because I am not a libertarian and he assumes we are connected at
> the hip. Frankly, I really don't like being pigeonholed one way or another.
> I mean -- who cares if a person is a technolibertarian or a
> technoprogressive or technononpartisian or technotranspolitical?! As long
> as we all are for longer, healthy life and support the technologies that
> will most likely bring this about, why exclude each other?
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