Extropianism is a type of developed transhumanism that encompassed libertarian political values of democracy, based on some of Extropy Institute's research and publications. However, it is not exclusively libertarian, as many member were not libertarian and/or current individuals who call themselves extropian are currently not libertarian. These individual share individual rights and less government.
Notable advocates include Max More.
... and other futurist libertarian positions.
The principles of extropianism would be discussed in:
The Extropian Principles 2.5 as laid out by Max More in 1993:
1. Boundless Expansion
Seeking more intelligence, wisdom, and effectiveness, an unlimited lifespan, and the removal of political, cultural, biological, and psychological limits to self-actualization and self-realization. Perpetually overcoming constraints on our progress and possibilities. Expanding into the universe and advancing without end.
Affirming continual moral, intellectual, and physical self-improvement, through reason and critical thinking, personal responsibility, and experimentation. Seeking biological and neurological augmentation.
4. Intelligent Technology
Applying science and technology creatively to transcend "natural" limits imposed by our biological heritage, culture, and environment.
5. Spontaneous Order
Supporting decentralized, voluntaristic social coordination processes. Fostering tolerance, diversity, long-term thinking, personal responsibility, and individual liberty.