Faith Assumption

The Faith Assumption is a proposition that humanity will not become extinct before evolving into superhumanity. The proposition may be false. However, to the extent we do not know it to be false, we may have practical or moral reasons to trust that it is true. In any case, the Faith Assumption is a common aspiration among secular advocates of technological evolution, and it may be consistent with the religious doctrine of theosis, also known as divinization or deification: the idea that humanity should become God.

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humanity will not become extinct before evolving into superhumanity
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Assumption Support

  1. The Bible teaches theosis
  2. Christian authorities teach theosis
  3. Catholic authorities teach theosis
  4. The Book of Mormon teaches theosis
  5. Mormon authorities teach theosis
  6. Futurists anticipate theosis
  7. Atheists anticipate theosis
  8. Politicians on the Faith Assumption
  9. Bostrom, Nick. "In Defense of Posthuman Dignity." Bioethics 19.3: 202-214. 2005. Web.
  10. James, William. The Will to Believe. New York: Longmans Green, 1907. 26. Print.
  11. Kurzweil, Ray. The Singularity Is Near. New York: Penguin, 2005. Print.
  12. Schiller, Ferdinand. Studies in Humanism. London, Macmillan: 1907. 430-431. Print.
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