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

From: Perry M.
Sent on: Sunday, September 7, 2008 9:57 AM
andrew <[address removed]> writes:
> hey,
> some clarification is in order.
> 1.  i did not mean this conservative
>  blood and soil integralism, not at all.
> 2.  i did mean ken wilbur's works and 
> philosophy.
> 3  the idea came from "what is enlighten-
> ment" magazine's evolution special and the
> fair treatment they gave the TH movement.
> 4.  please forget the integralis of #1 and
> take look at wilbur's stuff.

I don't believe in any system that treats human beings like they're
some sort of toys to be played with to suit other people's ideas of
how to produce a good society.

If insane academics wish to conduct social experiments, they should do
it on themselves, and on no one else. The 20th century saw a long
series of social experiments, and I believe the total death toll was
in the hundreds of millions. No thanks.


Perry

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