ArtemisSmith's FUTURESEX: Human Sexual Evolution Beyond The Species Level [NOOK Book]

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Given at multiple ivy league colleges and universities in the period 1969-1974, under the auspices of SOCIETY FOR WOMEN IN PHILOSOPHY, these lectures by civil righs activist-poet-philosopher ArtemisSmith contributed to the establishment of a theoretical foundation for the revision of legal and social theory under the information sciences, thereby expanding the civil rights of the sexual minorities. They are now a part of social history and made available for reference purposes. (Philosophy and Sociology Students ...
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ArtemisSmith's FUTURESEX: Human Sexual Evolution Beyond The Species Level

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Overview

Given at multiple ivy league colleges and universities in the period 1969-1974, under the auspices of SOCIETY FOR WOMEN IN PHILOSOPHY, these lectures by civil righs activist-poet-philosopher ArtemisSmith contributed to the establishment of a theoretical foundation for the revision of legal and social theory under the information sciences, thereby expanding the civil rights of the sexual minorities. They are now a part of social history and made available for reference purposes. (Philosophy and Sociology Students utilizing this for course work should be made aware that this pamphlet is also included in the Appendix of the new Academic Library Paperback Edition of ArtemisSmith's THE THIRD SEX (ISBN 978-1-878998-05-7) along with other suppresssed 1970's papers in the Information Sciences and the Philosopy of Sex and Love, rendering the comprehensive paperback edition more affordable than purchasing all the individual papers in their digital editions.)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012350732
  • Publisher: THE SAVANT GARDE INSTITUTE
  • Publication date: 4/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 33 KB

Meet the Author

ArtemisSmith, also known as Annselm L.N.V. Morpurgo, M.A., CPC, an established poet, playwright, artist, civil rights activist and professional philosopher of science working within the information sciences toward the formulation of a new (epistemological) concept of mind and human identity contiguous with the present trend toward the unification of science.

ArtemisSmith's bid for a Nobel Prize in the interest of forwarding her FUTURESEX(Unisex/Unirace) social activism impacting the Rainbow Movement since the early 1950's, is the information science argument that "Whatever System Architecture, Soul is Gender Free."
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