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He considers transhumanism as part of a utopian rhetoric he calls evolutionary futurism, which situates technology as having mutational, evolutionary pressures on humans, and how it predates the mid-1970s organization of transhumanism into a coherent movement.
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As such, it is no wonder that evolutionary perspectives have faced difficulty gaining credence in a field that, in practice, has not seriously incorporated biology.
The National Academy of Sciences states that evolutionary science has made major contributions "to human well-being, including its contributions to preventing and treating human disease, developing new agricultural products, and creating industrial innovations.
Muslims have to approach this whole issue in light of the status that evolutionary theory occupies in the modern world.
But after being welcomed to the scientists' evolutionary shindig, Flo continued to make a scene.
Later that year, the Grantsburg board backed down a bit, modifying its curriculum resolution to stipulate that "students shall be able to explain the scientific strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary theory.
He goes on to describe the new views of finance, with challenges such as determinism, complexity theory and the nonlinear dynamics school, bounded rationality, heterogeneous agents and the behavior finance school, trading rules, evolutionary games and artificial markets.
I wonder what Pierre Teilhard de Chardin would think about this effort to reject evolutionary theory that is gaining ground in various precincts across the United States.
Larson describes the history of evolutionary thought, along with some of the effects it has had on the public.
Sambur has a solid grasp of the precept of evolutionary acquisition as a step to acquisition transformation.
Peters's goal of presenting a view of God consistent with science leads him to describe a nonpersonal God who is part and parcel of the evolutionary process.

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