I don't agree that "atheism" and "secularism" are the same thing. It's possible to hold either view, without necessarily holding the other David W. Wood (talk) 11:36, 25 January 2016 (CST)
- A fair point. I would argue the very existence of atheistic transhumanism as often (but not always) advocated by Zoltan and others lives in a weird space where they refuse to recognise the existence of non-atheistic transhumanism. A possible analogy would be the libertarian transhumanists years ago denying the existence of any other political position. For example, there is a row right now on scientific transhumanism whereby Eray is banning 'Saudis' for being anti transhumanist. Not the Saudi government policy advocacy, not Wahhabism advocacy, Saudis. Possibly there is something lost in translation here.
- Still, find me sources on explicitly secular transhumanism and it'll get incorporated. Alternatively, one could argue secularism is a facet of liberal transhumanism? :) Deku-shrub (talk) 13:15, 25 January 2016 (CST)