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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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    • true. I had no desire to engage in a romantic reaction against
    • truths true In doing so it deserts science in favor of
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • true” attitude towards a given set of facts. There
    • disposal and pursue it as though it were certainly true, and
    • universally true, but now it is generally accepted that they
    • which states that a proposition must either be true or its
    • negation must be true.
    • logic they might consist simply of “true” and
    • must also have transformation rules, which turn one true
    • statement into another true statement. These are perhaps most
    • indefinitely large number of true statements, the most
    • be as true as the axioms. In the appropriate circumstances,
    • showing a statement to be necessarily true or false (proving or
    • or theorem). The rule states that any true statement remains
    • true after “II” is appended to it. Successive
    • Leibniz: “On True Method in Philosophy and
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • which may be called (depending on the context) true and false,
    • all of its operands are one or true; otherwise, it produces a
    • one or true.
    • The first appearances of a true, modern computer on the
    • momentum into paths in which its true nature was more evident.
    • (however huge and capable) and a true computer: the concept of
    • creates a spiritual impulsion: “may the world be true to
    • already true only adds to the force to make it so. This
    • reality: the incorporation of “true” intelligence
    • Leon E. Truesdell: The Development of Punch Card
    • True Nature of the Second Coming, London, 1961, lectures

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