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#1 ilia

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Posted 26 April 2010 - 09:29 AM

הסמינר התשיעי על טרנסהומניזם והארכת חיים – 14 למאי. בר-אילן

שלום חברים!

אנחנו שמחים להזמין אתכם לסמינר המתחדש התשיעי על טרנסהומניזם והארכת חיים.

הסמינר מתחדש לאור העניין הגובר בנושא בעקבות הכתבה על טרנסהומניזם בעיתון "הארץ"

הסמינר יתקיים ביום שישי, 14 למאי, בשעה 10 בבוקר.

מקום המפגש:

אוניברסיטת בר-אילן. בניין כ"ץ (גם ידוע כבניין מורשת ישראל 604), בחלק הצפוני של הקמפוס, אזור "אסבסטונים", קומה שלישית, חדר סמינריונים מס' 309

בתוכנית המפגש:
10-11 – טל גלילי - סבב שאלות ותשובות על טרנסהומניזם
11-12 – כוכי כוהן – דיווח על כנס ה"אסטרטגיות להנדסת הזדקנות זניחה" קיימברידג' 2009
12-13 – איליה סטמבלר – מניעים אידיאולוגיים להארכת חיים
13.00- הפסקה
מ-13.15 דיון על הפעילות העתידית של קבוצת הטרנסהומניסטים

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9th Seminar on Transhumanism and Life-extension – May 14, Bar Ilan University

Dear friends!

We are happy to invite you to the renewed 9th seminar on transhumanism and life-extension.

The seminars have been renewed following the increased interest in the issue after the publication of the article on transhumanism in “Haaretz”

The seminar will take place on Friday, May 14, at 10.00 am.

Bar Ilan University, Katz building (also known as Moreshet Israel 604 building, in the "Northern" part of the campus, in the "asbestonim" area), third floor, "Seminars Room" (309).

In the program:
10-11. Tal Galili – A round of “questions and answers” about Transhumanism,
11-12. Kochi Cohen – Report of the conference on “Strategies for Engineering Negligible Senescence” (SENS), Cambridge 2009
12-13. Ilia Stambler – Ideological motivations for longevity research.

13.00 – Break
13.15 – Discussion of the future activities of the Israeli transhumanist/life-extensionist group.

Hope to see you there

For more information, please visit our site


Ilia - 0522-283-578
Tal - 052-727-5845
Kochi - 050-2020273

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Posted 15 May 2010 - 12:57 PM

Report of the meeting

Dear friends,

I am happy to report about the 9th seminar on transhumanism and life-extension that took place in Bar-Ilan University yesterday, May 14. This was a special event for our group, as the seminars have been renewed after a prolonged break, with a record number of about 30 attendees. (People in the picture are those who remained for lunch :)

Tal Galili presented a round of Transhumanist Frequently Asked Questions, both questions of feasibility and social implications, which raised a passionate debate.

Kochi Cohen reported on the Fourth Conference of the Strategies for Engineering Negligible Senescence (SENS), Cambridge, England, 2009, which she attended:


Ilia Stambler presented on the “Ideological motivations for life-extension,” asking the question: “Which form of society is most conducive to longevity research?” based on an historical investigation (but without an answer). The presentation was a summary of the article “Life-extension – a conservative enterprise?” published in Journal of Evolution and Technology:


Many thanks to everybody, the presenters and the attendees! And special thanks to Dr. Oren Harman, chair of the Department of Science, Technology and Society of Bar Ilan University for his kind encouragement!


The seminars have been renewed following increasing interest in the subject after the publication of the article “Technological acceleration will lead to an evolutionary change of man” with the participation of members of our group, in Haaretz, one of Israel’s leading newspapers, which was the first publication on the subject in mainstream Israeli media:


The members of the Israeli transhumanist group continue to make news. A couple of days ago, on May 11, an article was published in Humanity Plus Magazine, entitled “Israel’s value to Transhumanism,” featuring members of our group: Danny Belkin, Frida Fuchs, Ilia Stambler and Adi Berman. Special thanks to Shanee Nishry for her help:


Looking forward to renewed, continued activity!

More information can be found at our site:


And discussion group:


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