2. Two Evolutions3. Cosmic Civilizations
Introduction Similarities Differences First Cause Several Naive Questions4. Intellectronics Formulation of the problem Formulation of the method Statistics of cosmic civilizations Metatheory of miracles The uniqueness of Man Intelligence: chance or necessity? Hypotheses Votum separatum Perspectives5. Prolegomena to omnipotence Return to earth The megabit bomb The big game Myths of science The intelligence amplifier The black box On the ethics of homeostates The dangers of electrocracy Cybernetics and sociology Belief and information Experimental metaphysics Beliefs of electrobrains The spirit in the machine Problems with information Doubts and antinomies6. Phantomology Before chaos Chaos and order Scylla and Charybdis, i.e., on moderation The silence of the Designer Insanity with method A new Linneus, i.e., on systematics Models and reality Plagiarisms and creations The area of imitology7. The creation of worlds The basics of phantomology The phantomatic machine Marginal and central phantomology The limits of phantomology Cerebromatics Teletaxation and phantoplication Personality and information8. Pasquill on the evolution Introduction Information growing Language engineering Engineering of transcendence Cosmogonic engineeringSummary Introduction Reconstruction of the species The construction of life The construction of death The construction of consciousness Error based constructions Bionics and cybernetics Through the eyes of the Designer The reconstruction of Man Cyborgization The autoevolutionary machine Extrasensory phenomena
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