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Ed Regis (author)

Edward Regis, Jr (born 1944) — known as Ed Regis — is an American philosopher, educator and author. He specializes in books and articles about science, philosophy and intelligence. His topics have included nanotechnology, transhumanism and biological warfare. His articles have appeared in several scientific magazines, including Scientific American, Harper's Magazine, Wired, Discover, The New York Times, Journal of Philosophy, Ethics and the American Philosophical Quarterly.

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  • Personal 1
  • Works 2
    • Editor 2.1
    • Original works 2.2
  • References 3

Personal

Regis was born in 1944. He received a Ph.D in Philosophy from New York University.[1] Regis and his wife live in the mountains near Camp David, in Maryland.[2]

Works

Editor

Original works

References

  1. ^ http://www.readinggroupguides.com/guides_W/what_is_life2.asp#bio
  2. ^ "The Author", Scientific American, 300, 3 (March 2009), p. 42
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  4. ^ Gottlieb, Scott (11 Oct 2012). by George Church and Ed Regis"Regenesis"Review: . Wall Street Journal. 


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