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The p.(x) is a book of original philosophical thought; literary ontology merged with philosophy. Historical vectors of metaphysical structure are examined throughout with a chronology that begins with the prehistory of humanity and covers a variety of themes including free will, big data determinism, artificial intelligence, ethics, and more.

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Starting with Mythology

It's relatively easy to reflect on mythology as irrelevant and childlike. Yet one aggregate example surfaces as we examine social coherence, and realize the effect and the necessity of mythology for our begotten brethren. The necessity is manifest in our psychology (as we know it).

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