Paul Spiegel

Why are you Transhuman(ist)?

I am Transhuman because humans evolve to be better than they once were.  For millennia, we didn’t even realize this, and when we did, in some fashion or another, we took it for granted for several hundred years more after that realization.

For nearly all that time, we didn’t try to shape our evolution.  We just let it happen.  Mostly it was good.  But now now it’s starting to cause problems.  We need to wake up, stand up, step up and fix them, right away.

I am Transhuman because humans can always be better than they were before, and it’s time to take charge of our own evolution!

In October 2019, Paul Spiegel was appointed Honorary Consul for the Republic of San Marino in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a portfolio extending to California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona.

Paul is an attorney specializing in longevity biomedicine. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1979, from Berkeley Law School in 1983, attended Harvard Law School, the University of Paris, Sorbonne, International Christian University in Tokyo. He speaks 5 languages, including English, French, Spanish and Italian. Trained in international business law, he worked on Wall Street, on Montgomery Street, and in Tokyo before entering private practice in San Francisco. Paul is a thought leader, an international speaker, and a longtime activist in the fields of longevity and transhumanism. He is a board member of the Life Extension Advocacy Foundation the American Longevity Alliance and Humanity Plus and is a former board member of the International Longevity Alliance. He is a legal advisor to the U.S. Transhumanist Party, the Lifeboat Foundation, and the Brain Preservation Foundation and he provides legal counsel for many longevity-related and transhumanist enterprises.

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