Extropy: Journal of Transhumanist Thought

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Extropy: Journal of Transhumanist Thought
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Extropy issue 10 cover
Format Print
Editor Max More & T. O. Morrow
Publisher Extropy Institute
Origin Riverside, CA, USA
Language English
Frequency Biannual
Active August 1988 - November 1997
Topics Transhumanism, Politics, Cyberpunk, Cyberculture, Technology, Nanotechnology
Number of Issues 17
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Publications NA
Website spock.extropy.org/ideas/journal (defunct)

Extropy: Journal of Transhumanist Thought covers the full range of advanced, emerging, and future technologies, and their impact and implications for both the present and the future. Extropy emphasizes finding solutions to problems of the human condition, as well proactively considering potential unwanted side-effects of new technologies. Not all solutions will be fully formed, with some Extropy content aiming to form a clear understanding of the issues.


Extropy: Vaccine For Future Shock, started by Max More and T. O. Morrow, debuted in August 1988 as a printed magazine, with only fifty copies of the first issue. The title eventually became Extropy: Journal of Transhumanist Thought, and a total of seventeen issues were published. Then, in November 1997, it moved to the Web as Extropy Online, where it continued to publish articles for three years. After a year of dormancy, it returned to the Web in February 2002 as its current form, Extropy: Journal of Transhumanist Solutions.


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Official Website (defunct)