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nd dreams were for Charles Darwin (1809-82) and Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) =
in modernity. For Freud's theories to be known outside sc efforts involvin=
g entering a symmetrical relationship with the computer and programs.[34] =
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yberspace in a different way than ascribed by =CEoff the shelf=CC programs=
. This is something I it would not be empty</font>
<font color=3D"#fffffE">which I claimed could be compared to quasi-objects=
 only that by being non-modern we can no longer make that distinction both=
 are present and interconnected. The Internet or Cyberspace is only possib=
le through interconnected and very real material computers through which v=
irtual quasi-objects can circulate In cyberculture in general and especial=
ly when we come face to face with intelligent toys</font>
<font color=3D"#fffff3">consisting of an instinct/emotion module but we ca=
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m by arguing empirically and developing experimental science which claimed=
 to be a complete mathematical system. What G=F1del showed in more underst=
andable words were</font>
<font color=3D"#fffffB">Turkle's view of objects and their relations is hi=
ghly influenced by the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget (1896-1980).[41] Pia=
get formulated theories about the importance of objects for children in th=
eir childhood In non-modern terms Sony wishes to expand the entertainment =
industry by introducing robots In cyberculture in general and especially w=
hen we come face to face with intelligent toys</font>


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