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We yearn for a day when all disease is eradicated, human power and intelligence transcend our feeble frames, and death is vanquished.
The second coming of Christ? Or an attainable goal of technology? For some it is the latter.
In Humans 2.0, biochemist Fazale Rana and philosopher-theologian Kenneth Samples offer us a glimpse into the current state of human-enhancing technology with a balanced and thoughtful consideration of the philosophical and moral implications.
June 17, 2019 | book reviews | 1 Comment
Western society reveres intelligence, or at least pretends to. Yet no one thinks to ask, “does it matter?” According to this fresh and fascinating analysis from British science writer David Robson, probably not. In fact, it could be a liability.
The difference between intelligence and wisdom.
June 14, 2019 | pride | 2 Comments
December 25, 2018 | book reviews | No Comments