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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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    • have the idea that things with the computer are getting out of
    • to the idea that the computer is no ordinary machine, that it
    • The general idea, which it is the point of this book to explain
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • discovery of non-Euclidean geometries in the nineteenth
    • critical idealist (of which Kant is the prototype) is aware of
    • that source directly. The existence of realists and idealists,
    • to be authoritative. Our idea of who or what constitutes
    • introduce elaborate ideal notions into them. Although he
    • showed how more elaborate ideas may be used within it; he
    • logic, the idea of higher order logics is already present. For
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • applied to the weaving of physical cloth rather than ideal
    • the Jacquard invention. Charles Babbage got the idea for his
    • adaptation of the idea of the Jacquard loom to the process of
    • taken from a well-defined set of elementary, ideal, irreducible
    • build a machine embodying a tiny part of these ideas, and even
    • idea. And just as the pane of glass that best lets the light
    • lets in the ideas. Future developments brought the human and
    • made both to bring the ideas closer to observed processes and
    • conceptual realm, realizations of these ideas which were less
    • ideal solution would have been tiny components connected by
    • ideal solution is untenable, and the components must be placed

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