Post-singularity and primitive intelligencePost-singularity and primitive intelligence
The argument of post-singularity states that evolution can be hastened to advance towards a more desirable direction once it is released from its biological inhibitors. To hasten this process intelligence must be maximally pushed to its
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Forging a New Environmental and Resource Economics Paradigm: The Contractual Bases for ExchangeForging a New Environmental and Resource Economics Paradigm: The Contractual Bases for Exchange
Coase” in the title or abstract. When the search of the journal was expanded to these words appearing anywhere in the article, only one paper was found and it was about resource management without market
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Cynthia James (West Indies)Cynthia James (West Indies)
Searching for Anansi: From Orature to Literature in the West Indian Children’s Folk Tradition--jamaican and Trinidadian Trends
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Executive-Legislative Relations Presidential and Parliamentary Systems OutlineExecutive-Legislative Relations Presidential and Parliamentary Systems Outline
In addition, there are mixed presidential-parliamentary systems: Semi-presidential system
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President Abraham LincolnPresident Abraham Lincoln
American history. By "government of the people, by the people, and for the people," he meant, the essentials of democratic government he so well described are applicable to all nations that aspire to a democratic society
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Introduction: Postmodernism, Economics, and Knowledge Edited by Stephen Cullenberg, Jack Amariglio, and David RuccioIntroduction: Postmodernism, Economics, and Knowledge Edited by Stephen Cullenberg, Jack Amariglio, and David Ruccio
Economics is not only the “dismal science.” Its ascension to the level of the “queen of the social sciences” is by virtue of one shovelful after another
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Executive Editor: George Clack Managing Editor: Paul Malamud Art DirectorExecutive Editor: George Clack Managing Editor: Paul Malamud Art Director
American history. By "government of the people, by the people, and for the people," he meant, the essentials of democratic government he so well described are applicable to all nations that aspire to a democratic society
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The Law of Arrest, Search, and Seizure: Police and the Constitution summaryThe Law of Arrest, Search, and Seizure: Police and the Constitution summary
Arrest powers include the power to use force, to search, and to exercise seizure and restraint. The Constitution places restrictions on the exercise of these powers
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