[ExI] Transhumanist Declaration
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Sat Oct 9 20:01:57 UTC 2010
On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 8:23 PM, Bryan Bishop wrote:
> Actually, Natasha's revisions have been frequently rejected in the
> past, even when well cited. I wonder if I can dig up some examples of
> this from [[Transhumanism]].
The H+ site just says it was created by an international group of authors.
There is a thesis pdf which quotes quite a long list of contributors,
but the link it gives goes to the H+ page which doesn't mention
The list is on page 261 of 273 in the list of sources.
The Transhumanist Declaration
Doug Bailey, Anders Sandberg, Gustavo Alves, Max More, Holger Wagner,
Natasha Vita More, Eugene Leitl, Berrie Staring, David Pearce, Bill
Doug Bailey Jr., den Otter, Ralf Fletcher, Kathryn Aegis, Tom Morrow,
Alexander Chislenko, Lee Daniel Crocker, Darren Reynolds, Keith Elis,
Thom Quinn, Mikhail Sverdlov, Arjen Kamphuis, Shane Spaulding and
Nick Bostrom. 2002
Does a thesis count as a reliable source?
Nick Bostrom's history says that the document was intended as a
consensus view of transhumanism, so maybe there were many smaller
contributors as well.
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