strategic philosopher Max More

 

 

 

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Max’s ideas and background have been described in publications such as Wired (where Ed Regis described him as "the primary intellectual force behind Extropianism")  The Village Voice, Icon, Knowledge@Wharton, The L.A. Weekly, GQ (Britain), GQ (Spain), The New York Times Magazine, Focus, .net, and c’t (Germany), the national UK newspapers The Observer, The Guardian, and The Sunday Times.

 

His ideas have been discussed in books including Gundolf Freyermuth’s Cyberland, Brian Alexander’s Rapture: How Biotech Became the New Religion, Damien Broderick’s The Spike, Chris Dewdney’s Last Flesh, Mark Dery’s Escape Velocity, Rodney Brooks' Flesh and Machines: How Robots Will Change Us, Erik Davis’s Techgnosis, among others.

 

Television and video appearances include a bioethics debate on Crossfire, two series on The Learning Channel and the Discovery Channel, documentaries in France, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands, Russia, Chile, and Belgium, the Terry Wogan Show (then Britain’s top talk show); CNN’s Futurewatch; the CBS series Mysteries of the Millennium; several appearances on Breakthroughs: A Transcentury Update cable TV show; the documentaries New Edge and the theatrical release Synthetic Pleasures; and many other television and radio shows. He has also appeared in at least two novels, but continues to insist that he is a real person.