Seeming Human

Finds a new theory of Victorian realist character in the mid-twentieth-century emergence of artificial intelligence.

Seeming Human

Author: Megan Ward

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Finds a new theory of Victorian realist character in the mid-twentieth-century emergence of artificial intelligence.

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We have thus shown that the seeming exceptions there were none to enjoy the
shade or to feed upon to a benign ... ships , and promise supplies for blessing ,
privilege ; on the other , the seeming human art and comfort for myriads of years
to ...

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The Temporality of Human Excellence

18 And implicitly this image seems meant to include in the one case the two
rather different sorts of true - seeming , the one being right - or - correct opinion
gained by hearsay ( hence , a human work , blind in the sense of involving no first
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The Temporality of Human Excellence

Author: Richard Gotshalk

Publisher: University Press of Amer

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Why does Plato write dialogues? Why more than one? The Temporality of Human Excellence begins with a brief introductory consideration of these questions, and concludes with a suggestion about two things: the intent of his use of this form, and the manner of its concrete realization in a set of two dozen or so dialogues. Taking up each dialogue as a separate drama, the reading seeks to focus attention on how each, by its characters, their interplay and conversation, and the apparent lack of positive issue to the discussion they engage in, contributes to a sketch of human excellence as a complex power developed and grown into as consummation in the maturing, over time, of a human being.

An essay concerning human understanding With the notes and illustrations of the author and an analysis of his doctrine of ideas Thirty first edition Carefully revised and compared with the best copies etc

All that we can do for a measure of time , is to take such as have continual
successive appearances at seemingly equidistant periods ; of which seeming
equality we have no other measure but such as the train of our own ideas have
lodged in ...

An essay concerning human understanding     With the notes and illustrations of the author  and an analysis of his doctrine of ideas  Thirty first edition  Carefully revised  and compared with the best copies  etc

Author: John Locke

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Confessions of a Recovering Fundamentalist

What really matters is how we can get a right relationship with God, how we can
live a life aimed at goodness and human fulfilment for all, and how we can have
hope for the future in such a hopeless-seeming human world. Christians have ...

Confessions of a Recovering Fundamentalist

Author: Keith Ward

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1532696736

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Can theology be expounded almost entirely in jokes? This is an attempt to do so. But it is also a record of how one person recovered from fundamentalism, and found a different, more positive spirituality within Christian faith. It seeks to speak to those who only know an exclusive and dogmatic version of Christianity, and who feel the need for something more universally compassionate and friendly to informed scientific thought. Ward argues that we need to escape from the image of a vindictive, wrathful, judgmental God, who saves just a few people from endless torture for no obvious reason. He proposes instead a view of the universe as evolving towards a goal, guided by a supreme cosmic consciousness, which manifests its nature in this historical process. Jesus is the human image of this consciousness, an image of universal self-giving love and a foreshadowing of the transformation of human lives by their union with the divine. The jokes are there because Christian faith should be really joyful, hopeful, and positive good news for everyone--that there is a spiritual basis and goal of the universe which wills everyone without exception to share in its unlimited wisdom and love.

Gazlay s Pacific Monthly

Many a fair-seeming human constitution has in it seeds of early death, and goes
down before the first serious assault of disease. We had serious stains and seeds
of mischief in our national life — the remembrance of old State sovereignties, ...

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Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind

I need not repeat to you , that , in itself , ists in the states which constitute the vari .
every notion , however seemingly complex , ous feelings of the relation of
position . is , and must be , truly simple - being one I see two flowers , of the same
tints ...

Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Author: Thomas Brown

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Frank Leslie s Pleasant Hours

... and he now taken for his garments was but a part of his gracefully extended his
right hand toward me . substance , the semblance of broadcloth and
Mechanically , forced by an impulse stronger fine linen joined to his seeming
human forin ...

Frank Leslie s Pleasant Hours

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Works Including the Suppressed Poems

The old human fiends , With one foot in the grave , with dim eyes , strange His
Candiote exile , I had hopesAnd can I not go ... Or were at least in seeming
human , could Do as they have done by yours , and you yourself , You , who abet
them ?

Works  Including the Suppressed Poems

Author: George Gordon Byron Baron Byron

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Poems

Wine cheers the heart of God and man , ” And in His kingdom we shall drink it
new , If through life ' s little span We have been true , Sprinkling the honey dew Of
charitable thoughts and deeds On human flowers and ( seeming ) human ...

Poems

Author: Bernard Isaac Durward

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Saving Truths

... lay down my life , no man taketh it from me ; and when Jesus said so he uttered
what sounded like purely human words , but the ear of listening faith can hear in
that seeming human statement the inner accents of 6 God manifest in the flesh .

Saving Truths

Author: John Cumming

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The Works of Byron

The old human fiends ! ... Upon their knees , perhaps have mourn ' dabove them ,
In pain , in peril , or in death — who are , Or were at least in seeming , human ,
could Do as they have done by yours , and you yourselfYou , who abet them ?

The Works of Byron

Author: George Gordon Byron Baron Byron

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