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We want to explain intelligence as a combination of simpler things. This means that we must be sure to check, at every step, that none of our agents is, itself, intelligent. Otherwise, our theory would end up resembling the nineteenth-century chessplaying machine that was exposed by Edgar Allan Poe to actually conceal a human dwarf inside.
the reader must be prepared to feel a certain sense of loss 
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the reader must be prepared to feel a certain sense of loss 
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We want to explain intelligence as a combination of simpler things. This means that we must be sure to check, at every step, that none of our agents is, itself, intelligent. Otherwise, our theory would end up resembling the nineteenth-century chessplaying machine that was exposed by Edgar Allan Poe to actually conceal a human dwarf inside.
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