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Postsingular open wikipedia on the title http://www.rudyrucker.com/postsingular/
Rudy Rucker open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.rudyrucker.com

"Rudy Rucker should be declared a National Treasure of American Science Fiction. Someone simultaneously channeling Kurt G÷del and Lenny Bruce might start to approximate full-on Ruckerian warp-space, but without the sweet, human, splendidly goofy Rudy-ness at the core of the singularity."

--- William Gibson, author of Pattern Recognition

"Rudy Rucker is the most consistently brilliant imagination working in SF today"

--- Charles Stross, author of Accelerando

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Rifters I: Starfish open wikipedia on the title 
Peter Watts open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.rifters.com

"No one has taken this premise to such pitiless lengths - and depths - as Watts ... In a claustrophobic setting enlivened by periodic flashes of beauty and terror, the crew of Beebe Station come across as not only believable but likeable as they fight for equilibrium against their own demons, one another, their superiors and their remorselessly hostile surroundings."

- The New York Times (Notable Book of the Year)


"The story drives like a futuristic locomotive. It's a hypnotic read, somber and compelling. Best thing I've read in a long time. Peter Watts is an author to watch for."

- Robert Sheckley

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Rifters II: Maelstrom open wikipedia on the title 
Peter Watts open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.rifters.com

"Watts has expanded his focus without diminishing the obsessive drive of his plotting or his prose. [His] vision of the near future offers scant reason for hope. What makes his novel exhilarating instead of depressing is the conviction and control he brings to his material -- I have no hesitation in recommending both books to readers interested in up-to-date science fiction with a seriously paranoid edge.

- The New York Times


"A sequel of considerable merit. [Maelstrom] becomes something quite different from Starfish, and quite fascinating as well... A unique version of cyberspace rendered beautifully with literary skill and a technological sophistication admirably verging on mystical speculation... an excellent and, on balance, quite literarily-successful science fiction novel."

- Norman Spinrad, Asimov's

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Rifters III: Behemoth open wikipedia on the title 
Peter Watts open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.rifters.com

▀ehemoth ... is the most gripping and the most thought-out [book that Watts has yet written] ... Like Greg Egan's "Reasons to be Cheerful", Watts is arguing for an entirely different way of understanding and presenting character, one that reconfigures both how personality is constructed and how actions are to be understood. This seems to me a unique and particularly science-fictional contribution ... For all Watts's dark humor, and for all the incidental thrills of his future, ▀ehemoth caps a series which is one of the two or three most challenging works I've read in the last decade.

- Graham Sleight, The NY Review of Science Fiction

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A Treatise of Human Nature open wikipedia on the title 
David Hume open wikipedia on the author (1711 - 1776) 
Many scholars today consider the Treatise to be Hume's most important work and one of the most important books in the history of philosophy.
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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Wollstonecraft open wikipedia on the author (1759 - 1797) 
Written in 1792 it is one of the earliest works on "the woman question". The controversial life of its author caused the earliest feminists to distance themselves from the work. Some major themes include education for girls, the debased position of women in society, the necessary equality of men and women, and the right of women to work.
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (vol 1) open wikipedia on the title 
John Locke open wikipedia on the author (1632 - 1704) 
This essay is Locke's most famous work. It concerns that nature of human knowledge and understanding. It was one of the primary sources for empiricism, influenced many enlightenment philosophers like David Hume and Bishop Berkeley. The main thrust of the essay is that man does not have innate ideas or principals, that all are developed by experience. Volume one is devoted to disproving the theory of innate ideas. Volume two shows how ideas, principals, and morals are formed from experience.
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