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The author gracefully translates forbiddingly technical subject matter into accessible, even vibrant prose. In addition, his philosophical moderation is laudable—he ably discusses the limitations of any model of prediction when an evolving and profoundly complex system is being analyzed. A guide that uses an intelligent chronicle of scientific history to bolster a less than persuasive economic argument. There was a problem adding your email address.
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This misconception is both a qualifying association and a red herring. The misconception suggests that an association with Huxley provides a respectable authority and suggests that if Huxley believed in transhumanism, it must be a viable concept. This misconception also acts as a red herring by obfuscating a substantial bit of history wherein transhumanism was seeded, cultivated, and propagated in the late s and early s.
There are numerous forbearers of theories on human evolution and traces can be found in a plethora of sources, all suggesting that the biological human is not the final stage of evolution for the Homo sapiens sapiens. Throughout the s and into , philosophers, cognitive and neuroscientists and social scientists, biotechnologists and nanotechnologists, chemists, gerontologists, economists, researchers, designers, artists, authors of fiction and science fiction—scholar and student alike—have contributed to the further development of transhumanism.
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