Humans are amazingly smart. We not only have the most powerful brains in the known universe (which is a stupid statement because “known” here must implicitly refer to what we know and therefore the statement is basically “so far as we know, we are better able to know than anything we know”), and we’ve managed to construct systems which are able to learn the way many living systems do, only with the advantage of unparalleled precision and “memory”. 3,385 more words
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“Death and struggle for life is a wonderful thing. That’s how we get ahead.” Quoted from Charles Darwin “On The Origin Of species”, 1859.
Well coming back my belief, the creation view says that there was a flood (During the time of Noah) about 4400 years ago. 680 more words
COMING SOON: Granovetter, Mark. "Economic action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness." 1985.
Abstract, as provided by the Author:
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“How behavior and institutions are affected by social relations is one of the classic questions of social theory. This paper concerns the extent to which economic action is embedded in structures of social relations, in modern industrial society.