No, the divide surrounding life extension technologies is not between those who can afford it, and those who can’t. For Marios Kyriazis, the divide is between the “unenlightened” and the “enlightened”. He adds, people in the world can be categorized into three groups, and some of these groups are expendable because they have “poor imagination and no motivation to achieve a nobler or greater aim”.
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