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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
    • computer do something, and end up being absorbed by its doing
    • something to them,' she said.”
    • atmosphere that attaches itself to computers, certain things
    • that the computer itself had something to do with my lack of
    • took on an obsessive character. Many other things happened to
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • fact that man devotes more thought to everything but the
    • to imagine that metaphysics is something like a psychology of
    • as being immediately there, nothing more than sound or light
    • a whole) as distant from us as it is possible for something to
    • subject he experiences as something present but inessential, an
    • importantly, the scientific system as a whole is something we
    • ancients wished to examine physical things, they used their
    • by the third century before Christ determined things like the
    • something called “Ahriman” will be brought into a
    • ordinary sense) about something such as Ahriman which does not
    • something.
    • they are things like points and lines, while in propositional
    • It is nothing but a set of rules which tell how to transform
    • anything: it is not necessary to admit any commonality between
    • The alphabet is nothing but a set of place holders. The
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • it with something that may be (for convenience) called the
    • certain time, before which there was nothing; rather, one says
    • something in some other (symbolically speaking, higher)
    • the axiom “zeroness,” or “nothingness,”
    • nothingness, except by imagining what there is when there is
    • not something? We have trouble picturing nothingness as an
    • we are forced to admit that nothingness would be
    • “something” with which to contrast it. But zeroness
    • being, and is a door through which knowledge of the things
    • of nothingness and into simple being, into what is for us the
    • anything but delusional thinking. The closest the modern world
    • end and the sequentiality of the created world in anything
    • understanding something means at least in part seeing it in its
    • The intelligence of Ahriman reduces everything it works with to
    • human, he remains on the surface of things; that is, he has his
    • “nothing special” needs to be done to accommodate
    • Ahriman incarnates, he cannot remain on the surface of things,
    • constitutes the surface of things. This depth is expressed in
    • points of view, one can find no such thing 38 the
  • 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
    • that does something like what a human could do, but in a
    • were able to see their potential, but something always stood in
    • two sorts of objects in it, and to make anything interesting
    • such an unusual thing, being found in all animal nerves. But in
    • completely buried in the structure of things (inter- and
    • unity of the process lies well below the surface of things, and
    • member of Ahriman. Leibniz could do nothing in the final
    • eliminate or greatly distort everything but the clear, cold,
    • of the same thing; that is, what underlies what we see as light
    • compute anything computable, that is, that (theoretically
    • development was one thing, and (machine dependent) program
    • bring together those two aspects of (the physical things in the
    • simple glass. Glass is the thing in the world which is
    • will be something like retarded country cousins of the awful
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
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    • “hell” also refer to something? Is hell a

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