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'''Transhumanism''' is the English term, however it perceived in slightly different fashions depending on the language and culture.
 
'''Transhumanism''' is the English term, however it perceived in slightly different fashions depending on the language and culture.
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
The English language dominates the movement as whole, however there is a significant Russian element grounded in [[cosmism]] as well as activity across the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world. Many European transhumanists interact with the movement in English.
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The English language dominates the movement as whole, however there is a significant Russian element grounded in [[cosmism]] as well as activity across the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world headed by [[Asociación Transhumanista]]. Many European transhumanists interact with the movement in English or via their smaller national movements in their native languages.
  
 
The leader of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev is increasingly working with Russia in longevity research.<ref>[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4066580/Is-Putin-trying-unlock-secret-eternal-life-Vlad-tours-anti-ageing-pill-factory-working-formula-people-living-130-YEARS.html Is Putin trying to unlock the secret to eternal life? Vlad tours anti-ageing pill factory working on formula that could see people living for 130 YEARS]</ref>
 
The leader of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev is increasingly working with Russia in longevity research.<ref>[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4066580/Is-Putin-trying-unlock-secret-eternal-life-Vlad-tours-anti-ageing-pill-factory-working-formula-people-living-130-YEARS.html Is Putin trying to unlock the secret to eternal life? Vlad tours anti-ageing pill factory working on formula that could see people living for 130 YEARS]</ref>
  
 
Transhumanism is a much weaker brand in places like China, Korea and Japan, though such countries have strong futurist cultures and political systems that may be even more [[H+]] compatible than the west's.
 
Transhumanism is a much weaker brand in places like China, Korea and Japan, though such countries have strong futurist cultures and political systems that may be even more [[H+]] compatible than the west's.
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== Associations ==
 
== Associations ==
 
A [http://humanityplus.org/get-involved-2/chapters-of-humanity/ (slightly out of date) list] of [[Humanity+]] chapters is indicative of the state of transhumanism internationally.
 
A [http://humanityplus.org/get-involved-2/chapters-of-humanity/ (slightly out of date) list] of [[Humanity+]] chapters is indicative of the state of transhumanism internationally.

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Transhumanism is the English term, however it perceived in slightly different fashions depending on the language and culture.

Overview

The English language dominates the movement as whole, however there is a significant Russian element grounded in cosmism as well as activity across the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world headed by Asociación Transhumanista. Many European transhumanists interact with the movement in English or via their smaller national movements in their native languages.

The leader of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev is increasingly working with Russia in longevity research.[1]

Transhumanism is a much weaker brand in places like China, Korea and Japan, though such countries have strong futurist cultures and political systems that may be even more H+ compatible than the west's.

Associations

A (slightly out of date) list of Humanity+ chapters is indicative of the state of transhumanism internationally.

Language portals

European languages

Other languages

See also

References