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On Sunday, March 10, 2002, at 10:21 , Ned Wolpert wrote:
> The only thing I end up with is that educating people on the concept of
> these two replicators is very important. That way we can avoid the
> pitfalls of having two replicators driving our actions though 'instinct'
> and our concept of 'intelligence'. Course, then I'm back to square one;
> what education is this? I don't think it currently exists in any form.
But certainly critical thinking curricula come the closest, or at least
start on the right road.
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