Many transhumanists create a shell of make-believe to shield themselves from a deep-seated fear of death. Their denial of mortality is evident in the themes of transhumanist thought: cryogenics, nanotechnology, uploading consciousness into non-biological mediums, and various other immortality inducing technologies. The transhumanist escapes into a technological imaginary located in some nebulous future, thereby postponing their inevitable confrontation with oblivion. Thus, transhumanism is not a rational philosophy, but an irrational delusion based in fear.
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