Re: Some >H working ideas
Wed, 17 Mar 1999 17:51:37 EST

In a message dated 3/17/99 3:54:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> > Extropianism - a broad theory of how best to achieve >H goals based on the
> > concept that rationality, extreme decentralization, and maximization of
> free
> > and copious flows of information and resources provides the best
> environment
> > to foster Transhumanism.
> Wouldn't extropianism in this context also be linked to the view that
> >H can be achieved in an useful way if you and other selves do not try
> to control each other or each other's proximal environments (where
> they can be defined), and instead set up cooperative systems? Or
> should we come up with another term for that idea to distinguish it,
> like "translibertarianism" or something similar?

Hi everyone. This is my first post, and I just have a quick question. What does the ">H" mean in the above snippet? Is it Humanism? Transhumanism? I just don't know.

Thanks everyone. Hope to post some more illuminating material in the future.