By Adamatzky Andrew (auth.), Jozef Kelemen, Petr Sosík (eds.)
Why is the query of the di?erence among residing and non-living topic - tellectually so beautiful to the guy of the West? the place are our goals approximately our personal skill to appreciate this di?erence and to beat it utilizing the ?rmly verified applied sciences rooted? the place are, for example, the cultural roots of the firms lined these days by way of the self-discipline of Arti?cial existence? Cont- plating such questions, certainly one of us has famous  the life of the everlasting dream of the fellow of the West expressed, for instance, within the outdated testomony as follows: . . . our lord god shaped the guy from the airborne dirt and dust of the floor and breathed into his nostrils the breath of lifestyles, and the guy turned a residing being (Genesis, 2. 7). this can be the dream in regards to the workmanlike act of the production of Adam from clay, in regards to the construction of lifestyles from anything non-living, and the con?dence within the magic energy of applied sciences. How has this dream constructed and been switched over right into a fact, and the way does it make sure our present-day actions in technology and expertise? what's this con?dence rooted in? Then God stated: “Let us make guy in our snapshot. . . ” (Genesis, 1. 26). guy believes in his personal skill to copy the Creator’s acts, to alter rules into actual issues, simply because he believes he's godlike. This con?dence is – utilizing the modern Dawkins’ time period – might be an important cultural meme of the West.
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Advances in Artificial Life: 6th European Conference, ECAL 2001 Prague, Czech Republic, September 10–14, 2001 Proceedings by Adamatzky Andrew (auth.), Jozef Kelemen, Petr Sosík (eds.)