Re: Explaining Extropy to mundanes

Natasha V. Mor (
Tue, 18 Feb 1997 08:47:08 -0700 (MST)

>At 07:24 AM 2/12/97 -0800, Shaun wrote:

>>There are
>>extropian-based programs that are doing a good job of dealing with this.
>>For starters, the Extropic Art Movement (EAM) is currently gaining a fair
>>amount of publicity. Art in general is a good way of conveying complex
>>ideas in an unobtrusive and unthreatening manner.

At 09:38 AM 2/12/97 -0800, Max More wrote:

>I think the Extropic Art Movement can do a great deal to spread extropic
>ideas. It's a different approach than the solely highly verbal and purely
>analytical style in which extropian ideas have been presented so far.
>("Solely" is important here, since I do not meant that extropic art
>excludes this approach, it merely is not primary to it. In my view, art
>*shows* rather than *explains*) If extropian ideas are to spread, several
>approaches will be needed.

The Extropic Art Manifesto is located at

I urge anyone who hasn't already read the Manifesto and signed it, to please
do so. By adding your names to this Manifesto you can help drive home the
realization that the future of our art, our creativity andimagination, is
most clearly understood in terms of extropic thinking.

Natasha Vita More [f/k/a Nancie Clark]
Extropic Art Manifesto!:
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