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  1. The Anthropocentric Predicament and the Search for Extra‐Terrestrial Intelligence.Lee F. Werth - 1998 - Journal of Applied Philosophy 15 (1):83–88.
    Concepts from evolutionary biology are conjoined with a Kantian‐ and Nietzschian‐based critique to demonstrate that our human concepts and perspectives are hopelessly ‘earthbound.’ Unless the caprice of evolutionary biology on some Earth‐like planet replicates the evolutionary history of Earth, we shall not recognise alien intelligence. To suggest that another planet is likely to produce a recognisable intelligence because its evolutionary history is similar to ours is simply absurd, but will seem absurd only to those with a knowledge of bio‐evolution, an (...)
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  2. Interdependence: Its Dangers and Strengths.Lee F. Werth - 1976 - Philosophy in Context 5:35-45.
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  3. Principles and Orders.Lee F. Werth - 1975 - Philosophy in Context 4:57-66.
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    Pseudonihilism and Self-Deception.Lee F. Werth - 1974 - Philosophy in Context 3:31-37.
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    The Anthropocentric Predicament and the Search for Extra‐Terrestrial Intelligence.Lee F. Werth - 1998 - Journal of Applied Philosophy 15 (1):83-88.
    Concepts from evolutionary biology are conjoined with a Kantian‐ and Nietzschian‐based critique to demonstrate that our human concepts and perspectives are hopelessly ‘earthbound.’ Unless the caprice of evolutionary biology on some Earth‐like planet replicates the evolutionary history of Earth, we shall not recognise alien intelligence. To suggest that another planet is likely to produce a recognisable intelligence because its evolutionary history is similar to ours is simply absurd, but will seem absurd only to those with a knowledge of bio‐evolution, an (...)
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    The Untenability of Whitehead’s Theory of Extensive Connection.Lee F. Werth - 1978 - Process Studies 8 (1):37-44.
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    Normalizing the Paranormal (A Philosophical Feasibility Study of Precognition).Lee F. Werth - 1978 - American Philosophical Quarterly 15 (1):47 - 56.
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    The Banks of the Stream of Consciousness.Lee F. Werth - 1986 - History of Philosophy Quarterly 3 (1):89 - 105.