One of the advantages we have in our study of nature is our ability to observe an entire “unpolluted” universe.
Set aside one question of the moment — “What is a woman?” — and turn to another no less important problem that troubles our culture.
In reality, programmers don’t leave souls out of robots because they don’t find them useful; they simply and obviously have no idea how to insert them.
The text is too long to present here, so I will give one example: the “right to evolve.” The authors note that “evolution” has many meanings.
Would living forever in a utopian technological society really be as great as the transhumanists insist?