Socrethics Link Partners
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A link partner – as defined here – is an author who cites Socrethics and vice-versa.
In chronological order:
David Pearce – BLTC Research
David Pearce is a British philosopher. He promotes the idea that there exists a strong ethical imperative for humans to work towards the abolition of suffering in all sentient life. Pearce is a prominent figure in the transhumanism movement, inspiring a strain of transhumanism based on paradise engineering and ending suffering. (David Pearce, Wikipedia)
Robert Daoust – Algosphere Alliance
The Algosphere Alliance is an open and transparent global network of individuals and organizations, dedicated to alleviating suffering in the world through collaboration and political mobilization.
Open Directory Project
The Open Directory Project (ODP) is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors. The ODP was founded in the spirit of the Open Source movement, and is the only major directory that is 100% free.
Michael Hampe – ETH Chair for Philosophy
Link to Socrethics
Lukas Gloor – Effective Altruism Switzerland (EACH)
Effective Altruism Switzerland is committed to reducing and preventing as much unnecessary suffering as possible. It uses science and reason to work out the most effective ways to improve the world.
Link to Socrethics
- Effective Altruism Foundation/About us: Our Partners
- Stiftung für effektiven Altruismus/Über uns: Partner
Adriano Mannino – Giordano Bruno Foundation Switzerland (GBS)
The Giordano Bruno Foundation Switzerland is a think tank for applying rationality and critical thinking to the intersection between ethics and science. On this basis, we advance evolutionary humanism and support political priorities resulting from an ethically and empirically informed worldview.
Link to Socrethics in
Brian Tomasik and Simon Knutsson – Foundational Research Institute
The Foundational Research Institute (FRI) explores how to reduce and avoid suffering by all sentient beings in the near and far future. The scope ranges from foundational questions about consciousness and ethics, such as which entities can suffer and how we should act when we are unsure, to policy implications about AI safety, global cooperation, animal advocacy, and how to think about charity cost-effectiveness.
Sven Gindler – Die innere Burg
Die „innere Burg“ ist ein philosophisches Lesejournal.
Thomas Metzinger – University of Mainz
Thomas Metzinger holds a professorship at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. He emphasizes that evolution did not shape the human psyche for lasting happiness and promotes a prudent approach to artificial intelligence. Thomas Metzinger is member of the board of Effective Altruism Switzerland.