John Grigg wrote:
>I was wondering as seen in the form of degree requirements, what classes
>would a person have to take to get a "bachelors in extropian studies?"
>Would engineering be the foundation of this degree? How much philosophy,
>history, poly sci and sociology would be needed? And what about the
>biological sciences? A fine arts requirement possibly?
>I look forward to getting some detailed posts on this question.
I'm not sure we're even ready to have a class on the subject, much less a
To have a good class on the topic, we'd need say twice as many good papers on the
topic as there are weeks in a semester. That is, about thirty. I don't think we have that many yet.
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