I started this blog using bits and pieces of my philosophy MA thesis dealing with the philosophical consequences of healthy lifespan extension technologies. And then turned this blog into a mainly scientific and technological exploration dealing mainly with the potential tools enabling healthy lifespan extension. I’m now back in the domain of philosophy and finally… Continue reading Open Lifespan book blog: the philosophy of indefinite healthy living
I’ve been invited by Aubrey de Grey to give a talk on AgeCurve at the Undoing Aging Conference, this March, in Berlin. Here’s the bulk of the talk on YouTube:
Let me delineate one answer to the post title question, quick Sure, but only if we know what types of aging we are talking about. My original, more boring but less sensational post title elaborates on this: Counteracting biological aging and neutralising chronological ageism should go hand in hand. (For the record, am not a… Continue reading Fighting aging and fighting ageism: two sides of the same coin?
Introduction In ‘Agency, Life Extension, and the Meaning of Life‘, professional philosopher Lisa Bortolotti argues that the so-called agency objection against a loosely defined life extension technology should be rejected. Briefly put, the agency objection argues that one important component of the meaningfulness of human life is being constrained as an agent and since ‘life extension’… Continue reading Continuous lifespan extension as a coherent life plan enables super-agency
Warning: this post is only ~30% complete, the rest will be added in case of further interest from you. Hope I can incorporate comments from other humans to give a much better formulation. I am making myself intentionally vulnerable here wanting to engage in a conversation. Imagine the following: you are living potentially not up… Continue reading Robust lifespan extension & ecological awareness: can an exponentially extended human life be a hyperobject?
In this new post series I utilise my philosophical training and formulate, collect and re-phrase arguments around what is aging and what is not. Since aging is conceptualised with the help or in the context of other heavyweight, loaded and complex concepts like health, disease, biomarkers, and last (but also first) time, those concepts will… Continue reading Aging, health, disease: more than philosophical arguments
After 20 something years of living a diverse educational and professional life motivated by healthy lifespan extension and dominated by science and technology I have reached the riskiest and most rewarding phase: launching a business around it and making it real. I have founded a startup, called AgeCurve Limited and we are already offering a product,… Continue reading AgeCurve Limited and Gen P: my business angle on aging and longevity