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NOT

(logic)
The Boolean function which is true only if its input is false. Its truth table is:

A | NOT A --+---------- F | T T | F

NOT

A Boolean logic operation that reverses the input. If 0 is input, 1 is output, and vice versa. See AND-OR-NOT.
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To think that such preservationists are fundamentally inspired by the nature-humanity dualism and a misanthropic view of human beings is not at all a necessary, or even a very reasonable, inference.
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Nasr: I believe that what Islam, or for that matter Hinduism or Christianity or any other religion, teaches about the origin of the cosmos is not at all invalidated by whatever discovery is made in modern cosmology.