WITH COMPANY in the bunker again tonight, we turn to another timely and important interview. In January of 2007, we talked with author, attorney and bioethicist Wesley J. Smith, whose blog Secondhand Smoke is a must-read if you’re concerned about the direction of medical ethics.
Our discussion centered on the topic of transhumanism and posthumanism. Wesley analyzed the H+ movement and its underlying worldview, which he characterized as a naturalistic religion driven by the contradictory complaints that human life is inherently flawed and way too short.
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