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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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    • atmosphere that attaches itself to computers, certain things
    • that the computer itself had something to do with my lack of
    • life somehow gradually detached itself from the rest of me. The
    • “With science itself there can be no quarrel. Scientism
    • itself with reporting what it discovers, scientism is
    • is not itself a scientific truth, in affirming it scientism
    • contradicts itself.” Huston Smith: Forgotten Truth, New
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • to be found here, the researcher must position himself in the
    • himself in the object world, and takes all that his senses
    • rising, until the single creative source of each reveals itself
    • self-serving.
    • skill in itself. They took highly skilled
    • scientist in that his explicit work on himself has transformed
    • disingenuousness and lack of self-consciousness of modem
    • book about computers and not methodology itself, the present
    • truth is self-evident. At one time axioms were held to be
    • not self-evident to most of us, but can nonetheless be shown to
    • being unfolds itself organically,
    • equal to itself? In spiritual logic, this relation is
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • which conception is in itself a symptom of the influence of
    • of itself. One need not say that the creation took place at a
    • world, itself ruled by twoness, provide a good illustration of
    • absolute, depending on itself alone for its definition —
    • being); man is separated from his own self (the separation of
    • higher self to the “voice of conscience”);
    • sets itself apart from the world, treats the world as an
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • Such a history is nothing other than one self-consistent set of
    • thought itself.
    • itself; even though the operator retains ultimate control, he
    • the earth while he himself looks on from outside during the
    • Ahriman; it did what Ahriman does, but was not yet itself a
    • time, in the mathematics itself (as opposed to what we imagine
    • itself.
    • the implications of the paradox of self-reference. Russell and
    • that is, it was halted through the power of the self-conscious
    • mechanization of the process of self-knowing. Whole theories of
    • recursive, self-modifying, and self-reproducing
    • for the incarnation of a self-knowing entity into a machine.
    • program is not part of the biocomputer itself (although it
    • self-codification.
    • mechanical (albeit self-aware) nature. With the achievement of
    • figure of Ahriman himself. What is now being dreamed by
    • played ping-pong with itself, wielding a paddle with its arm
    • John von Neumann pioneered the theory of self-reproducing
    • Self-Reproducing Automata, Urbana, 1966.
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
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    • of self-awareness which in logic is the paradox of
    • self-reference. In Russell this took the form of understanding
    • contain itself? If it does, it is not such a set. If it does

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