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Re: [transhumanism-14] Re: transhumanism VS intergralism

From: Perry M.
Sent on: Saturday, September 6, 2008 4:45 PM
Luis <[address removed]> writes:
> Integralism is a perspective according to which society is an
> organic unity. It defends social differentiation and hierarchy with
> co-operation between social classes, transcending conflict between
> social and economic groups.

Sounds like socialism/statism. I would say that socialism is
orthogonal to transhumanism.

I personally think socialism is a remarkably bad idea, but that's sort
of irrelevant to transhumanism.

Perry

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