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This very association has come under scrutiny due to critics who are concerned about its potential for [[oligarchic transhumanism|oligarchy]] and treating [[transhumanism as a religion]]:<ref>[http://quarterly.demos.co.uk/article/issue-8/transhumanism-zoltan-vs-professor-richard/ Transhumanism: Zoltan Istvan vs. Professor R. Jones]</ref>
 
This very association has come under scrutiny due to critics who are concerned about its potential for [[oligarchic transhumanism|oligarchy]] and treating [[transhumanism as a religion]]:<ref>[http://quarterly.demos.co.uk/article/issue-8/transhumanism-zoltan-vs-professor-richard/ Transhumanism: Zoltan Istvan vs. Professor R. Jones]</ref>
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<blockquote>It’s not surprising that transhumanism is popular amongst the Californian techno-elite; the idea that technology is a wholly positive force unfolding with its own inevitable logic is one that is very comforting to those who benefit the most from the current arrangements. Transhumanism is, in effect, the state religion of [[The Californian Ideology|Californian techno-neoliberalism]], and like all state religions its purpose is to justify the power of the incumbents.</blockquote>
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<blockquote>It’s not surprising that transhumanism is popular amongst the Californian techno-elite; the idea that technology is a wholly positive force unfolding with its own inevitable logic is one that is very comforting to those who benefit the most from the current arrangements. Transhumanism is, in effect, the state religion of [[The Californian Ideology|Californian techno-neoliberalism]], and like all state religions its purpose is to justify the power of the incumbents.<br/>&mdash; Professor [[Richard Jones]]</blockquote>
 
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