The Robot's Rebellion: Finding Meaning in the Age of Darwin by Keith E. Stanovich
The idea that we may be robots is no longer science fiction; decades of research in evolutionary biology and cognitive science have led many thinkers and scholars to conclude that,…
The Robot's Rebellion synopsis
The idea that we may be robots is no longer science fiction; decades of research in evolutionary biology and cognitive science have led many thinkers and scholars to conclude that, following the teachings of Darwinism, humans are just two hosts (genes and predators) Interest in us only in the channels of repetition. Accepting and responding to this troubling idea that excludes the potential of morality or free will, among other things, Keith Stanovich provides here tools of the Robot Rebellion, a program of cognitive reform necessary to advance the interests of humanity in the limited interest.
Of replicas. And explains how rational thinking concepts of cognitive science interact with the logic of evolution to create opportunities for humans to organize their behavior to serve their own purposes.
He argues that these brain assessment activities meet the need to attribute to human life. Only by recognizing ourselves as robots, says Stanovich, can we begin to build a self-concept based on what is truly unique to humans: that they control their lives in a unique way between the forms of life on earth - through rational self-determination.
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