X-Message-Number: 16422
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 16:13:16 -0400
From: Jeffrey Soreff <>
Subject: choice

Louis Epstein wrote:
>I favor very broad limits that are very firmly enforced.

Actually, the limits you advocate seem exceedingly narrow
to me.  I haven't seen you pick _any_ modification that
you approve of, longevity excepted.

Mike Perry wrote:
>> I value *people* a great deal, but the present human species, the bodies
>> we're in, and so on, are things we'll make use of for awhile, then very
>> likely discard for something we are convinced is better.

to which Louis Epstein responded:
>Well,I'm evidence of the difficulty of convincing people of
>such a thing.

My question to everyone _other_ than Mr. Epstein is:
Does anyone on this list other than him find his arguments
for essentially prohibiting bodily modifications persuasive?
Any of them?
                           Best wishes,
                           -Jeffrey Soreff

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