Hamlet Revisited

Stansfield, William
January 2004
Skeptic;2004, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p16
Delves into the artificial programs that are merely metaphors for the processes of organic evolution. Relation of this organic evolution with the phrases in the play "Hamlet" of Shakespeare; Disadvantage of using these metaphors as educational tools; Definition of various kinds of patterns for evolution.


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