The ethics of cryonics? Auke Pols chats with the Cursor
In a recent edition of Cursor magazine, P&E Postdoc Auke Pols talks about the practical and ethical issues raised by cryonics. Cryonics involves preserving a person's body at cold temperatures shortly after death, with the idea that someday it will be possible to revive the preserved body and restore the person to health. Pols says that, among other things, the technology raises questions about equality, access, and how the preserved person would re-integrate into society years after their cryonic preservation.
Read the Cursor article here (in Dutch only).