Translation for 'noosphere' from English to Esperanto
NOUN   a noosphere | noospheres
noosfero {noun}noosphere
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Translation for 'noosphere' from English to Esperanto

noosfero {noun}
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  • In part, the ideas of sophiology are inherited by Bolshevism (communism) and cosmism (noosphere).
  • The rapid expansion of the noosphere requires a new domain of psychical expansion, which "is staring us in the face if we would only raise our heads to look at it".
  • Fechner also referred to the work of Jesuit Priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, whose concept of the noosphere was a precursor to the term collective intelligence.
  • Goudge was influential in developing the noosphere concept.
  • For Teilhard there is a further stage, one of spiritual evolution, the Christing of the collective noosphere, in which humanity converges in a single divinisation he calls the Omega Point.

  • The "logosphere" is not active like Vernadsky’s "noosphere", but still occupies a type of four-dimensional space.
  • Raymond also investigates the nature of the spread of open source into the untamed frontier of ideas he terms the noosphere, postulating that projects that range too far ahead of their time fail because they are too far out in the wilderness, and that successful projects tend to relate to existing projects.
  • In modern history, similar concepts were introduced by Vladimir Vernadsky, who did not use this term, but the term "noosphere".
  • Vernadsky first popularized the concept of the noosphere and deepened the idea of the biosphere to the meaning largely recognized by today's scientific community.
  • For Mofolo, the viral eventually evolves into McLuhan's 'global village' when the virtual collective consciousness reaches a point of noogenesis that then becomes the noosphere.

  • He took part in the discovery of Peking Man. He conceived the vitalist idea of the Omega Point. With Vladimir Vernadsky he developed the concept of the noosphere.
  • The noosphere (alternate spelling noösphere) is a philosophical concept developed and popularized by the Russian-Ukrainian Soviet biogeochemist Vladimir Vernadsky, and the French philosopher and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
  • Vladimir Vernadsky (1863–1945) is considered one of the founders of geochemistry, biogeochemistry, and of radiogeology and deeply developed the concepts of biosphere and noosphere.
  • In the book "Ilium", Caliban is a destructive, powerful humanlike entity who vacillates who he serves; at one point he served Prospero (the noosphere's personification), later works only for himself, but also sometimes aligned with the malevolent destroyer of worlds Setebos.
  • The term "semiosphere" is a neologism coined by Juri Lotman in response to Vladimir Vernadsky's concepts of "biosphere" and "noosphere" and Mikhail Bakhtin's concept of "logosphere"; Lotman proposed that the concept of the semiosphere can account for all relations between humans.

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