[extropy-chat] RE: Any Subscribers to Foreign Policy?

natashavita at earthlink.net natashavita at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 27 16:21:40 UTC 2004

Hi Frank,

I had posted this yesterday, but thank you for staying on top of such 
important things!


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Subject: Any Subscribers to Foreign Policy?

Frank Forman here:

Was: Re: [wta-talk] "The Most Dangerous Idea"  (that is us)

Jose bought the issue and showed it to us a dinner we hosted for him last 
night in DC. I used to subscribe, so I can get the articles online. But if 
some subscriber here would please post them, we'd all be grateful!

On 2004-08-26, natashavita at earthlink.net opined [message unchanged below]:

> Friends,
> I just read this on the ExtroBritannia list and wanted to forward it to
> all:
> "'What ideas, if embraced, would pose the greatest threat to the
> welfare of humanity?' That question was posed to eight prominent
> policy intellectuals by the editors of Foreign Policy in its
> September/October issue (not yet available online). One of the eight
> savants consulted was Francis Fukuyama, professor of international
> political economy at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International
> Studies, author of Our Posthuman Future: Consequences of the
> Biotechnology Revolution, and a member of the President's Council on
> Bioethics. His choice for the world's most dangerous idea?
> Transhumanism."
> Transhumanism: The Most Dangerous Idea?
> Ronald Bailey
> http://www.reason.com/rb/rb082504.shtml

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