Neil Jamieson-Williams

Neil Jamieson-Williams

  • Commented on The unavoidable discussion
    My comments on the UK Conservative party are the perceptions of an outsider looking in and based on multiple snapshots of the party over three decades. That said, there are some similarities between our (Canada) Conservative party and yours --...
  • Commented on A purely theoretical dilemma
    I too hope for there remaining some level of personal identity and culture within the group mind. I completely agree though, whether it is a group mind that preserves some aspects of personal identity or a hive mind where those...
  • Commented on The unavoidable discussion
    Just some brief comments on this, as an outsider (Canada). During my lifetime I have watched the EEC transform into the European Union and, let me state again I am an outsider, from the UK news I have read...
  • Commented on A purely theoretical dilemma
    "In this scenario, would cultural adaptation necessarily result in cultural loss? ...Also, would forcing us to form a true group mind necessarily mean that we would simply acculturate to the Galactic Federation's culture? It could be that the Federation is...
  • Commented on A purely theoretical dilemma
    Good comments... To use old 19th century/early 20th century British evolutionary anthropology stages -- for all intents and purposes, for an alien species that has FTL, immortality, etc. -- humankind are savages (or at best lower barbarism); we are a...
  • Commented on A purely theoretical dilemma
    Hello all; this is my very first post here. I'm a social anthropologist and occasional SF writer from Canada. First of all -- we're screwed. Welcome to the role of indigenous populations in the Americas (and elsewhere) upon the arrival...
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