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I have pondered writing about the transhumanism movement for a while, and the opportunity has finally landed on my desktop when I read a brief article by Kyle Munkittrick of the Institute for Emerging Ethics & Technologies. The article is in the form of a FAQ expressly addressing the question of whether aging is a moral good, and in it Munkittrick briefly explains and (thinks that he) refutes some of the standard arguments against transhumanism. Let’s take a look.
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Michael Jackson named all three of his children (including his daughter) after himself. In this phenomenon, he comes in second to George Foreman, who named each of his five sons "George." Why do parents do this? What impact does it have on a child?