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TIDBIT: THE TRANSHUMANIST SCRAPBOOK: ANDROGYNY AND CREATIVITY

Here's one for your transhumanist scrapbook: Scientific American recently posted this article about androgyny (loosely defined), and creativity. Notably, the author of this article appears to view androgyny in a similar sort of symbolic way as Dr. Scott deHart and I argued in our book Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas:

Blurred Lines: Androgyny and Creativity

4 thoughts on “TIDBIT: THE TRANSHUMANIST SCRAPBOOK: ANDROGYNY AND CREATIVITY”

  1. Is it just me or did the most creative dictator of the last 500 years, Adolf Hitler, seem a little androgynous?

  2. What are male and female gender roles anyway there are either positive or negative traits irrespective of gender. The whole idea of gender roles is a stereotype in a of itself and like other stereotypes a excuse not to think and pigeon hole behaviors and people and other things we don’t like.

  3. Robert Barricklow

    I’am glad to hear it.
    Although Scientific American, for me, has gone the way of other mangy dogs: like Popular Science, doing a hatchet job on 9/11.
    The list is so large, it is easier to list the ones that haven’t. It looks like what happens, is that a gem appears, now & then, among all the junk.

  4. The balance of traits is key here, as in all aspects of life and living it.

    One need not be a “freak” in appearance and behavior, to be creative.

    Look to the Creator for example in balance.

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