Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of immortalist.

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Examples

  • Wall Street Journal today reports on a couple of "immortalists" whose dreams of living forever were wrecked by Best Scammer Ever Bernard Madoff. "

    Boing Boing

  • Were the Princeton geneticists the false immortalists of whom Lalo had prophesied?

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • The crowd of aspiring immortalists was restless and surly.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • I haven't looked at the magazine, but I did read Bryan's book, and he interviewed a wide swath of immortalists, many pf ehom do come off as rather utopian.

    The debate continues ...

  • And the other mistake I find is folks thinking of a humans physical decline, aging and illness, etc., as something that the immortalists and transhumanists would want to enxtend.

    The Speculist: Live To See It

  • Transhumanists subdivide into categories whose distinctions are not clear to the nonenhanced eye: extropians (who believe self-directed people can reverse the tendency of systems toward disorder), abolitionists (who say human suffering can be radically reduced if not eliminated), cryonicists (who want to have their bodies frozen for future resurrection), immortalists (self - explanatory), and many others.

    Reason Magazine

  • Transhumanists subdivide into categories whose distinctions are not clear to the nonenhanced eye: extropians (who believe self-directed people can reverse the tendency of systems toward disorder), abolitionists (who say human suffering can be radically reduced if not eliminated), cryonicists (who want to have their bodies frozen for future resurrection), immortalists (self - explanatory), and many others.

    Reason Magazine

  • Singularitarians, transhumanists, techno-immortalists are a marginal minority of Robot Cultists who go to one another's conferences and cite one another's papers and make a lot of sensationalist claims to attract media attention to themselves.

    amor mundi

  • What you techno-immortalists clearly want is for science to enable you to live forever, or at any rate live so much longer than we presently do that you can comfortably set aside the problem of your mortality altogether.

    amor mundi

  • I am now being told that all the really sensible happening with-it techno-immortalists these days prefer to describe their desired outcome in this case not as

    amor mundi

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