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  • Title: Short Bio of David B. Black
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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    • time, the field known as “artificial intelligence,”
    • with facility, but at the same time more superficial and less
    • long time to see what relevance such a seemingly abstract and
    • Computer”, New York Times, June 4, 1981, p.
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • of an observed fact, and at the same time a fact which has the
    • of its validity a step at a time, as we learn to accept
    • small differences of notation have at times had a major impact.
    • truth is self-evident. At one time axioms were held to be
    • while by the time one gets out to the consequents, the
    • time.
    • where It had been in Ptolemy's time. There is an exact
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • certain time, before which there was nothing; rather, one says
    • space and time. From this it is clear that the world was
    • created at the beginning of time, since there was not time
    • has become clouded in modern times because of the increasingly
    • changes from our ordinary notion of time, which requires the
    • present time and what may be termed “evolution.”
    • threeness completely overcomes twoness, time will come to an
    • it, and at the same time more able to influence those less
    • time, stretching out in a qualitative sense towards the matter
    • definite time; Ahriman the macrocosm appears everywhere with no
    • sharp moment in time dividing “here” from
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • incarnation, occurring as a gradual process spread out in time.
    • traced back to the time when the original unity of the world
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    • same time, philosophies appeared which vividly pictured the
    • consciousness at the time they arose; like the calculating
    • At that time, a battle between the being Michael (the
    • had been at work for some time, and which merged with the
    • other but at just the same time.
    • During the time
    • the time separating the appearance of a new stage in the
    • calculus remained eternal and timeless, it would be unable to
    • talks of time in mathematics, and even though certain
    • time, in the mathematics itself (as opposed to what we imagine
    • it to be about), time appears as the variable “t”,
    • space. We model time as a dimension in a multi-dimensional
    • space, and a process that occurs in time is simply a functional
    • relation with time as the independent variable. Time is modeled
    • real time-existence into mathematical form, were undertaken in
    • the first time a complete separation between the objects of
    • greatest conceptual achievements of our time, while the other
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: Contents
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