On March 2, 2001 Robin Hanson wrote
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>The discipline of bioethics has come under some severe criticism on
>this list. I have been invited to join a dozen prominent bioethicists
>at an intimate conference, and to publish my contribution.
>The conference is http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/sppc/bioethics.htm and
>my paper is below. It is not overtly extropian, but perhaps abstractly
>subversive of conventional bioethics.
I think we'd all be very interested in a report on this conference from
you Robin. I'd be eespecially interested in the general tone and whether
there were any well-defined general positions being advicated relative to
human genetic augmentation vs. "cure".
Greg Burch firstname.lastname@example.org
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Attorney::Vice President, Extropy Institute
"We never stop investigating. We are never
satisfied that we know enough to get by.
Every question we answer leads on to another
question. This has become the greatest
survival trick of our species."
-- Desmond Morris
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