Out of Control: The Rise of Neo-Biological Civilization
A quest for the basic principals defining artificial evolution (what will be common in the next century). From the former editor of CoEvolution Quarterly/Whole Earth Review, the first phantasmagoric look, not just at "the science" of spontaneous self-organization, but actually into the phenomenon itself.
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As interesting as some parts of the book are, as tedious are others. I have skipped over a few chapters that were really hard to get through, but then again, the parts that are worth it, are _really_ worth it. In short, I feel dual towards this book. Read full review
Laboratory Life: The Construction of Scientific Facts
Bruno Latour,Steve Woolgar
Limited preview - 1986
The Made and the Born
Machines with an Attitude
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