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If you only read one philosophy text - this is the one to read.
Wittier than can be imagined and more imaginative than my wit can express, Lem also waxes philosophical here, tossing off whole fields of philosophy as throw-away lines. Practical lessons in philosophy - in particular, the limitations of code-breaking, language, and knowledge - are fundamental plot points in a serious of hilarious, irreverent comedies.
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[Lem about The Cyberiad] [Bibliography] [Ilustrations by Daniel Mroz] [A fragment of The Cyberiad A fragment of The Cyberiad ] ...
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The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age / Stanslaw Lem
A review of the book by Lem, at the Tal Cohen's Bookshelf website
The Cyberiad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cyberiad. Author, Stanisław Lem. Original title, Cyberiada. Translator, Michael Kandel. Illustrator, Daniel Mróz. Cover artist, John Dorn ...
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Bookslut | The Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem
October 2003. Jack D. Crispin, Jr. fiction. The Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem. What we have here is a collection of short stories by the sci-fi master that ...
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Vitrifax: On Stanislaw Lem - The Cyberiad
The Cyberiad (1965-1967) ****. Translated from the Polish by Michael Kandel (1974). Illustrations (far superior to mine) by Daniel Mroz. A Harvest Book. ...
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The Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem | We Read Science Fiction
These short stories cover serious topics with fun, witty and humorous characters, situations and dialog. A great choice for all science fiction fans
Electronic Bard by Stanislaw Lem from The Cyberiad: Fables for the ...
The electronic bard shuddered from stem to stern... From The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age, by Stanislaw Lem. Published by Unknown in 1965 ...
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Psycoloquy 7(30): Artificial Intelligence and the Cyberiad Test
Lem, S. (1976) The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age, trans. M. Kandel. New York, NY: Avon Books. Watt, S. (1996) Naive Psychology and the Inverted ...
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The Cyberiad, by Stanislaw Lem
The Cyberiad, by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel Illustrations by Daniel Mruz. Trurl and Klapaucius are constructor robots who try to out-invent ...
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The Cyberiad (work by Lem) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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