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Presentation 2010-06-25 10:00
An inevitable transition from "Cultural Relativism" to "Biological Relativism" -- What Saicho, Dogen and ARAKAWA invented to install the Natural Logic onto Human --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (SE) AI2010-1
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(in English) The difference between human and non-human animals is just the ability of discrete pronunciation. All the other elements such as emotion, senses, judgment, and memories are common features. Recent genetic researches, Pavlov's experiments and living experience in the desert distant from civilization reveal this fact. In order to and overcome the fallacy of human superiority to the other animals, it is necessary to install the Natural Logic onto our logical circuit consciousness. Japanese Buddhism practices developed by Saicho and Dogen and the Reversible Destiny of ARAKAWA should be useful.
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(in English) Digital Linguistics / Genetic Communication System / Central Dogma / Natural Logic / Pavlov's Conditional Reflexes Experiments / ARAKAWA / Reversible Destiny / eusocial animal  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 110, no. 105, AI2010-1, pp. 1-6, June 2010.
Paper # AI2010-1 
Date of Issue 2010-06-18 (AI) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685    Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Committee AI  
Conference Date 2010-06-25 - 2010-06-25 
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Conference Code 2010-06-AI 
Language Japanese 
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Title (in English) An inevitable transition from "Cultural Relativism" to "Biological Relativism" 
Sub Title (in English) What Saicho, Dogen and ARAKAWA invented to install the Natural Logic onto Human 
Keyword(1) Digital Linguistics  
Keyword(2) Genetic Communication System  
Keyword(3) Central Dogma  
Keyword(4) Natural Logic  
Keyword(5) Pavlov's Conditional Reflexes Experiments  
Keyword(6) ARAKAWA  
Keyword(7) Reversible Destiny  
Keyword(8) eusocial animal  
1st Author's Name Kimiaki Tokumaru  
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Date Time 2010-06-25 10:00:00 
Presentation Time 30 minutes 
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Paper # AI2010-1 
Volume (vol) vol.110 
Number (no) no.105 
Page pp.1-6 
Date of Issue 2010-06-18 (AI) 

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