[ExI] Luciferian Murder?
steinberg.will at gmail.com
Thu Dec 30 20:27:16 UTC 2021
My main reason for not using it is that Brent shills it far too often. You
gotta give it a rest, man. Would be better to just make a thread about the
website itself instead of soft shilling it in so many other discussions.
It comes off as very robotic
On Wed, Dec 8, 2021, 12:04 AM Adrian Tymes via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> I have no desire to engage in your Web site (do not bother trying to
> convince me otherwise: you are unable to address my reasons for not wanting
> to do so, as you have demonstrated that you will not understand them even
> if I explain them again), but I can point out a flaw in your reasoning: you
> assume intent.
> Most - basically all - behavior that delays resurrection capability is
> done out of ignorance: the person is unaware of the concept of
> resurrection, at least in any non-supernatural, potentially-non-fictional
> Most - basically all - of said behavior that is not done out of ignorance,
> is done out of disbelief: the person is aware that some people believe it
> is theoretically possible but personally believes those people are
> mistaken, that it is not theoretically possible and thus that there are no
> moral consequences for delaying what can never happen anyway.
> There is either extremely little, quite possibly literally no, behavior
> that delays resurrection that is performed with the intent of delaying
> resurrection. "Manslaughter" would be a more accurate term than "murder".
> On Tue, Dec 7, 2021 at 6:56 PM Brent Allsop via extropy-chat <
> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
>> Fellow transhumanists,
>> We’re seek to build and track consensus around a definition of evil in a
>> camp we’re newly calling “Liciferian Murder
>> <https://canonizer.com/topic/114-Evil/3-Luciferian-Murder>”. If anyone
>> agrees that this as a good example of evil, we would love your support.
>> And if not, we’d love to hear why, possibly in a competing camp.
>> Already getting the typical blow back of polarizing bleating and tweeting
>> from some fundamentalists, but as usual, nobody yet willing to canonize a
>> competing POV which would enable movement towards moral consensus.
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