- A Fable," by Mark Twain - Classic Essays - Progymnasmata
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A Fable," by Mark Twain - Classic Essays - Progymnasmata
Eople who believe that the mind can be replicated on a computer tend to explain the mind in terms of a computer.
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– Listen and view four of Aesop’s most famous fables: The Tortoise and the Hare, A Lesson for a Foolish Crow, The Lion and the Mouse, and The Fox and his Shadow.
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The word fable is derived from a Latin word “fibula” which means a story that is a derivative of a word “fari” which means to speak.
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