2 July 2020

Monthly Review, Thu, 02 Jul 2020 18:15:49

Today’s choice of politically-relevant title is Dirk Bruere’s “The Praxis” (https://t.co/Z3RkxkmKMJ). PRAXIS is an intriguing contribution to our century’s big political conversations, and if we’re going to give it the recognition it needs, we’re incuding it on our lists. Here we reveal contributions that are undeniably illuminating in their depth. Before you’re done, you should begin by reading how politics readers took it. We took note of the words from an obviously enthused reader, “The Praxis is a brilliant gem. In just 112 pages Bruere does not only inform you about everything you need to know about the technological singularity and transhumanism Kurzweil failed to tell you. It’s much more than that: The praxis is scripture. Bruere eloquently provides us with definitions about spirits, soul, death, resurrection and transmigration, all fitting within the framework of present-day understanding of technology and science from artificial intelligence to quantum mechanics. The Praxis transcended my expectations by presenting transhumanism from a particular humanitarian perspective. A hope giving sound on morality and ethics without the usual tyrannical top-down ordaining known from traditional religions.” If you’ve been kind enough to read the review we just showed you, you might as well go one small step further and get a copy of the book yourself. If not, keep track of what’s next by using the email subscription option right at our website.


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