The Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) and the
Council for Biotechnology Policy (CBP), will be holding a conference
September 19-20 in Oakland, California. Titled "The
Face of the Future: Technosapiens?" the conference promises to be
Both the CBC and the CBP are committed to enforcing
Judeo-Christian worldviews in the face of technological advances.
Wrye Sententia, CCLE
co-director, has been invited to respond to C. Ben Mitchell Ph.D. (http://www.ethicsandmedicine.com)
on the topic of: "Techno-utopia, Techno-dystopia, or Techno-realism? The
Philosophy of Technology and Steering Toward Human Flourishing." Christine
Peterson, President of the Foresight
Institute will also be speaking.
Last month, Wrye Sententia presented a paper at Yale
University on the cognitive liberty implications of emerging
neurotechnologies for the
2003 Conference: The Adaptable Human Body: Bioethics & Transhumanism in the
21st Century. Her published paper on topic is forthcoming.