Richard Badenoch

Yet there is no doubt that Professor Badenoch's earlier work was the inspiration for the recent flourishing of extended mind technologies; particularly his grounding breaking ideas on the nature of humans as natural-born cyborgs. Professor Badenoch returned to the public eye in the 50's, largely because of the Antideath Movement. But it was the public acclaim of his treatise on the naturalness of biotechnical union that was almost certainly the philosophical birth of the cybernetic symbiosis renaissance, over 30 years after cyborg punk and retrofitting had been banned in the EU and associated countries in the late 20's, and 80 years after Professor Badenoch disappeared in the fjords of Norway.

- Galen Rightonbark

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License