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Is Consciousness Real? By David Lane
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Argues that consciousness is a product of the brain and the philosophical implications of reductionism.
Is Consciousness Real? By David Lane
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Argues that consciousness is a product of the brain and the philosophical implications of reductionism.
NEGENTROPY meaning and new meaning NEGENTROPIA accezione, nuove accezioni By Valter Caggio
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A GREAT MULTIDISCIPLINARY ESSAY IN FEW PAGES. NEW IDEA,USEFULL NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.
The Caricature Of A Revolution By Paolo Magrassi
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Complexity is all the rage in economics, social sciences, management theory, psychology, health care and more. However, the author contends, most of the related talk is an anti-scientific outburst... More > similar to Intelligent Design or Creationism. Frightened by rapid knowledge obsolescence, accelerating technology advances and web-like global interconnections, pop-complexity pundits are repelled by rationality and tend to associate it with greedy technocracy and mechanistic constructs. The book takes us for a trip to the core non-linear science, and reveals the true motives of the underlying Complexity Challenge, which is certainly not a fad.< Less
Software and Mind: The Mechanistic Myth and Its Consequences By Andrei Sorin
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Addressing general readers as well as software practitioners, "Software and Mind" discusses the fallacies of the mechanistic ideology and the degradation of minds caused by these fallacies.... More > Mechanism holds that every aspect of the world can be represented as a neat hierarchical structure of entities. But, while useful in fields like mathematics and manufacturing, this idea is generally worthless, because most aspects of the world are too complex to be reduced to simple structures. Our software-related affairs, in particular, cannot be represented in this fashion. And yet, all programming theories and development systems, and all software applications, attempt to reduce real-world problems to neat structures of data, operations, and features. Ultimately, by restricting ourselves to mechanistic software, we impoverish all aspects of our life that depend on software.< Less
Hesus Joy Christ : Discussion of the Animation By R David Foster
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The HESUS JOY CHRIST animation to date, bears this discussion of how christianity points to a balance of whole and part founded on marriage. After the 24th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew, the... More > animation continues with the first four chapters of the Gospel of Matthew, and this book discusses how the animation illuminates these parts of the Gospel with reference to the animator's experience. The animation may be viewed by searching "HESUS JOY CHRIST" on the internet . I don't make animation to make money, I make money to make animation! Support this ongoing animation project by purchasing this and upcoming animation through searching "HESUS JOY CHRIST" on the internet .< Less
HESUS JOY CHRIST : Discussion of the Animation By R David Foster
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The HESUS JOY CHRIST animation to date, bears this discussion of how christianity points to a balance of whole and part founded on marriage. After the 24th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew, the... More > animation continues with the first four chapters of the Gospel of Matthew, and this book discusses how the animation illuminates these parts of the Gospel with reference to the animator's experience. The animation may be viewed at https://sites.google.com/site/hesusjoychrist/home/hesus-joy-christ .< Less
Quantum God, Fractal Jesus: How Isaac Newton Redefined God Without Really Meaning to, And Why We Really Don’t Get God By Andrew Fletcher
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There may be just two great questions in life - why am I here, and why is there suffering? In seeking answers to those questions, believers and skeptics alike have reduced God and the character and... More > our understanding of God into neat, pointless little boxes into which neither God nor the universe fit. In seeking resolution, can it be found in science, nature, and the universe itself? Does the universe hold clues to the nature of God, and can it point in the direction of solving both the question of life's meaning and purpose, and the existence of evil and suffering? This is a beautifully and powerfully written book of science and faith, seamlessly woven together not so much to provide answers as to break believers and skeptics out of their metaphysical, theological, and scientific ruts.< Less
A Consciousness-Based Biology By Orogee Dolsenhe
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This essay examines what Thomas Kuhn has referred as the "crisis-provoking problems" to demonstrate the inadequacies of materialistic reductionism and Darwinism. Due to the intellectual... More > repression, alternative views hardly had opportunities go very far beyond vague and general descriptions. I hope to overcome the predicament by offering a unified approach of life based on metaphysics with emphasis on plain and straightforward explanations.< Less
The Myth of Equality By John O'Loughlin
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'The Myth of Equality' opens up the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism in relation to the connection between culture and race as they, in turn, are conditioned by environment, and... More > further extends the basic gender-conditioned distinction between nature and nurture (or psychic artifice) to include the effects of nature upon psyche and of psyche, conversely, upon nature or, as I would now say, soma. All in all, this book debunks simple equalitarian reductionism, whether of the humanistic or non-humanistic varieties, and shows that there is a whole lot more at stake than might at first meet the eye, especially when that eye has been blinkered, as it were, by social conditioning not unrelated to ethnic factors.< Less