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Carol-Re: Biotechnology-illness, aging, and death

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  • elaineupton2001
    Hello carol and all, Excellent point, carol, in what you write below. To see it as you put it takes great breadth and courage. Thank you! elaine
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 22, 2002
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      Hello carol and all,

      Excellent point, carol, in what you write below. To see it as you put
      it takes great breadth and courage. Thank you!
      elaine

      --- In anthroposophy@y..., Carol <softabyss@y...> wrote:
      > Elaine wrote:
      > >
      > > But if our science, with our support, creates what some see
      > > as
      > > *inevitable*--namely, the elimination of certain
      > > appearances of
      > > illness and the prolongation of life and the possibility to
      > > go for
      > > several days or more without sleep, will we not be creating
      > > a race of
      > > monsters, creatures so void of spirit, so lost in
      > > materialism, so
      > > removed from access to higher members (etheric, astral,
      > > ego, not to
      > > mention the other three higher aspects...)?
      >
      > and even IF science could eliminate disease and death,
      > wouldn't this new capacity be the newest, perhaps deepest,
      > disease/oppertunity we will have to become human? Not to say
      > we shouldn't muster all our courage and knowledge to
      > counterbalence this one-sided tendency of modern science-
      > just to say that no matter what 'mistakes' we make as
      > becoming-humans, they can only go to serve us in our
      > becoming, i think...
      >
      > Carol
      >
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