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  • • Virtually all goal-seeking agents exhibit goal homeotaxis: that is, if perturbed away from an intended goal, a teleological entity will actively correct for the perturbation and reorient toward the goal.

    Against Darwinism

  • • All goal-seeking agents have a semantically encoded program which is encoded, stored, activated, and replayed in a physical medium.

    Against Darwinism

  • • All goal-seeking agents have a semantically encoded program which is encoded, stored, activated, and replayed in a physical medium.

    Against Darwinism

  • One approach would be to determine what empirical characteristics a widely accepted goal-seeking process has, and then to see if the the processes by which living organisms have come to exist exhibit those same characteristics.

    Against Darwinism

  • I'm not so sure of the latter, or of science's ability to weigh in on that sort of question, depending on what you mean by 'of themselves' or goal-seeking.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • • Virtually all goal-seeking agents exhibit goal homeotaxis: that is, if perturbed away from an intended goal, a teleological entity will actively correct for the perturbation and reorient toward the goal.

    Against Darwinism

  • Edit: i. e, nature is a "goal-seeking algorithmic process".

    Bunny and a Book

  • Or how about "goal-seeking algorithmic process?" aiguy: I also think this particular definition encompasses evolutionary processes …

    Bunny and a Book

  • Knowledge is information that is available to a goal-seeking process.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Edit: i. e, nature is a "goal-seeking algorithmic process".

    Bunny and a Book

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