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Secret of the Sands

By: Aren, Rai and E., Tavius

...g hard to suppress a grin. Alex gave him a withering look, muttering something about the intelligence of non-coffee drinkers under her breath. ... ...a was particularly gifted in the areas of healing and al- chemy and she often taught those disciplines to the younger members of the order. She was t... ... up. “C’mon Bob, let’s go play some of the computer games we brought along that have been gathering dust. We’ve got a fridge full of Cokes and Diet ... ...ically at the fallen faces of Jack and Bob. He knew how uncomfortable they were at social gatherings. Mitch and Alex walked over to join Professor D... ...ring?” Lord Draxen demanded, coughing hard. “Alaj’s band of mercenaries and soldiers are gathering,” Zhek informed him. “You were very effective in...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...U DY, YO U ’ L L G E T W I S E R Q: Will the study of the Kabbalah increase my intelligence? A: A person’s desires are very small at birth. Then they ... ...d be the only reason for any act or thought in anyone’s mind and before every gathering. Only then can you speak of the seriousness of the intent. I... ...d, even for a min- ute, from the purpose of the study, from the purpose of the gathering or from the purpose of creation -- that is carelessness. L E... ... is it affected by such a mind and character? A: The body and the evolution of intelligence in no way affect the soul and its development, meaning th... ...R E F L E C T I O N S A N D T H O U G H T S 407 Lately, we see how many rules, disciplines and suggestions come and go and how quickly they replace o...

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God the Invisible King

By: H. G. Wells

...he considers the spiritual monstrosities es- tablished by that undignified gathering. He makes no at- tempt to be obscure or propitiatory in this conn... ...f India. Let us leave, therefore, these morbid elabo- rations of the human intelligence to drift to limbo, and come rather to the natural heresies tha... ...radox that the desire for seemliness, the instinct for restraints and fair disciplines, and the impulse to cherish sweet familiar things, that these t... ...e nursery-maid who wants to leave Fear to mind her charges and enforce her disciplines, while she goes off upon her own aims. But indeed, the teaching... ...tion of that “right” is for the dispassionate consider- ation of the human intelligence. 40 God The Invisible King All this is set down here as disti... ...n himself, composed of that but more than that, as a temple is more than a gathering of stones, or a regiment is more than an accumulation of men. The... ... therefore neither egoistic nor altruistic. It finds a sanction in the new intelligence, and an inspiration in the finer sentiments of our generation,... ...stly established themselves in a right-down acceptance of the articles and disciplines to which they have subscribed and of the creeds they profess an... ...thing derived deductively from the past to a conception of it as something gathering itself adventurously towards the future, involves a release from ...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...nctions. The brain can be regarded as a Turing Machine and the dreams of Artificial Intelligence are likely come true. 6. The brain must be a lear... ...he deepest senses of the words. In other words: it must have been intelligent. So, intelligence (we will use it hitherto as a catchphrase for the g... ...at Searle is talking about – not its programmer, or some other, external source of intelligence. The computer is devoid of intelligence, the Englis... ... doubt that the physical affects the mental and the other way around. This is what disciplines like psychiatry are all about. The ability to contro... ...er more problematic and leads to serious and ominous failures. The problem of the gathering and processing of information - a logistical constrain... ...l Narcissist, the better positioned to criticize the phenomenon. Some "scientific" disciplines (e.g., the history of culture and History in general... ... (a variant of games) typify religious activities. Religion is among the few human disciplines which tackle death head on, sometimes as a centrepie... ... amount of new, unsolved, problems. It suggested new methodological procedures for gathering empirical evidence (research strategies). It was based... ...e conscious, some not). These mental processes are concerned with information: its gathering, its accumulation, classification, inter-relation, ass...

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