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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • nonsensical in terms of generally accepted scientific notions.
    • roughly uniform size and density, and that a determined pursuit
    • a determining role in the path a person takes through this
    • by the third century before Christ determined things like the
    • significant of which are termed theorems. Theorems are simply
    • that term may be understood in material logic, animals would be
    • have termed spiritual logic. So far as I know, a formalism in
    • completely model one in terms of the other.
    • of Mars would be more justly termed a “recovery,”
    • Escher, Bach, New York, 1980. For an intermediate
    • demonstrated, logicians still think in terms of modeling a
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • may properly be termed “created.”
    • may also be termed “unity”, stands intermediate to
    • widespread denial that the term “spirit” denotes
    • present time and what may be termed “evolution.”
    • This term is the exclusive property of twoness, and denotes the
    • deterministic. There are ways of being intelligent that are not
    • process. Intermediate “bodies” are created out of
    • Rudolf Steiner uses the terms “Ahriman” and
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • are thinking in anthropomorphic, microcosmic terms. In
    • macrocosmic terms, Ahriman is identical to the entire material
    • could perform only relatively simple (in intellectual terms)
    • terms processes observed in nature was part of this effort, but
    • the following Turing machine determines whether the sequence of
    • But the recent accurate determination of Pluto's mass based on
    • determined with great accuracy.
    • in terms of a (macrocosmic) incarnation vehicle capable of
    • of beings that have been termed Asuras. For more on
    • of the orbit determined by Percival Lowell, and was also
    • progress of the incarnation does not allow us to determine

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