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Rand's Immortal Robot (Rand's Robot) is an argument made by libertarian philosopher [[Ayn Rand]] regarding the concept of finitude as a requirement to produce value. It argues that beings without finitude would have none of the interests or goals that have driven humanity to create modern civilization. While Rand herself never used it to debate Immortalists or Transhumanists, it still serves as a powerful objectiion against those seeking [[indefinite life extension]].
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Rand's Immortal Robot (Rand's Robot) is an argument made by libertarian philosopher [[Ayn Rand]] regarding the concept of finitude as a requirement to produce value. It argues that beings without finitude would have none of the interests or goals that have driven humanity to create modern civilization. While Rand herself never used it to debate Immortalists or Transhumanists, it still serves as a powerful objectiion against those seeking [[life extension]] and [[Transhumanism]].
     
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