Waldemar Ingdahl wrote:
If we don't care about these issues we are just playing a bit with computers, or having dreamy discussions about physics. But these things are not INHERENTLY transhumanist, they could be discussed otherwise. And if we don't have the tools to bring forward the societal change most will soon get disillusioned BECAUSE THEY RIGHTLY NOT FIND TRANSHUMANISM PRACTICAL, it's just a pasttime. But with the right tools, right analysis, and right arguments we can change the world to a society that fits our ideas better.
So, if I may ask all the list members...
1. What are the right tools?
2. What is the right analysis?
3. What are the right arguments?
4. What are the past successes and failures of transhumanism/extropianism which we can learn from?
best wishes in answering these questions with the right answers,
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