Three scientists and their gods: looking for meaning in an age of information

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Times Books, 1988 - Science - 324 pages
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Examines the concepts of information, meaning, and purpose, describes the function of information at various levels of organization, and discusses the theories of Edward Fredkin, Edward O. Wilson, and Kenneth Blouding

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I gave it 4 stars, not because I walked away with a vast amount of new knowledge, but because I believe I only grasped about 3/4's of what was said. It's not that writing was poor (it wasn't) it was ... Read full review

Contents

Flying Solo
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Fredkins Island
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A Finely Mottled Universe
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Copyright

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