The Soul of the Marionette: A Short Inquiry into Human Freedom by John N. GrayCompared with that of humans, the life of the marionette looks more like an enviable state of freedom
In his brilliantly enjoyable and freewheeling new book, John Gray draws together the religious, philosophic, and fantastical traditions that question the very idea of human freedom. We flatter ourselves about the nature of free will and yet the most enormous forces—logical, physical, metaphysical—constrain our every action. Many writers and intellectuals have always understood this, but instead of embracing our condition we battle against it, with everyone from world conquerors to modern scientists dreaming of a human dominion almost comically at odds with our true state.
Filled with wonderful examples and drawing on the widest possible reading (from the Gnostics to Philip K. Dick), The Soul of the Marionette is a stimulating and engaging meditation on everything from cybernetics to the fairground marionettes of the title.
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GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together. Join them to grow your own development teams, manage permissions, and collaborate on projects. Server automation framework and application. Ruby 5. Ruby Wide Area SHell: a cloud-native shell for bringing remote infrastructure to your terminal.
Puppet, Chef, cfengine, and Bcfg2 are all players in the configuration management space. They are broadly similar in architecture and solve the same kinds of problems. Puppet, from Reductive Labs, has been around longer, and has a large user base. You have an important choice to make: which system should you invest in? When you build an automated infrastructure, you will likely be working with it for some years. Chef vs.
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ERB is a templating language based on Ruby. This page covers how to write ERB templates. See Templates for information about what templates are and how to evaluate them. This page only describes how ERB works in Puppet. An ERB template looks like a plain-text document interspersed with tags containing Ruby code.