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- Ed Fredkin - thinks the world is one massive computer, is very stubborn and argumentative, has his own island
- Edward O. Wilson - one of the fathers of sociobiology, was one of the first to isolate and determine pheromone's role in animal behavior and cooperation, discusses a lot the superorganic unity of ants and how they can be thought of as one organism, believes in reductionism to lead to a unity of knowledge (analyzing a complex phenomenon in terms of simpler phenomena that are held to represent a more fundamental level)
- Kenneth Boulding - a sociologist, believes in a general system theory (again, unity of knowledge), hierarchy of information processing systems, evolution leads to complexity/control/consciousness, evolution works by filling in empty niches, human complexity leads to universal love for all, know what over know how is a big evolutionary step
What I got out of it
- Interesting read, wouldn't recommend
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