The purpose of the Society is to gain, by our own unaided efforts, a perpetual life beyond the natural death of our species for every past, present and future member of humanity.
     To that end the Society aims to draw the whole living generation into the creation and maintenance of conditions which will enable the human species to survive into the infinite future in circumstances in which human knowledge and skills grow continuously.
      In pursuit of the maintenence of those conditions the Society seeks to preserve and fully develop every living human individual, and to protect and conserve the whole of the environment of our species, together with all sentient life within it.
     The Society works to minimise all consumption and productive activity by humanity in order to conserve, and if possible increase, the resources available to support the infinite survival of the human species. That position is more fully set out in the Essay on the Economy and in a Topic

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