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  1. Anonymous Member

    http://cryptome.org/2013/01/aaron-swartz/Philosophy-and-Computing.pdf
    Artificial Intelligence and fuzzy logic

    Thank you Aaron.




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  2. Anonymous Member



    Thank you
  3. Anonymous Member

    http://cryptome.org/2013/01/aaron-swartz/Acts-of-Rebellion.pdf

    Table of Contents

    INTRODUCTION: Acts of Rebellion: Notes on the Interaction of x History and Justice
    IN MATTERS OF LAW
    “THE LA W STOOD SQUAREL Y ON ITS HEAD:” U.S. 3 Doctrine, Indigenous Self-Determination, and the Question of World
    Order

    THE NULLIFIC A TION OF N A TI VE AMERIC A? An Analysis of 21 the 1990 American Indian Arts and Crafts Act
    CONFRON TING COLUMBUS D A Y : An Argument Based in International Law
    STRUGGLES FOR LANDS AND LIVES
    39
    THE E AR TH IS OUR MO THER: Struggles for American Indian 59 Land and Liberation in the Contemporary United States
    A BREACH OF TRUST: The Radioactive Colonization of Native 103 North America
    LIKE SAND IN THE WIND: The Making of an American Indian 131 Diaspora in the United States
    THE BLOOD Y W AKE OF ALC A TR AZ: Repression of the 151 American Indian Movement during the 1970s
    CUL TURE WARS
    F AN T ASIES OF THE MAS TER RACE: The Cinematic Colonization of American Indians
    171 LE T’S SPREAD THE “FUN” AROUND: The Issue of Sports T eam 201
    Names and MascotsINDIANS ‘R’ Us: Reflections on the “Men’s Movement”
    205
    PART IV. THE INDIGENIST AL TERNA TIVE
    1. FALSE PROMISES: An Indigenist Examination of Marxist Theory 227 and Practice
    2. THE NEW FACE OF LIBERATION: Indigenous Rebellion, State 241 Repression, and the Reality of the Fourth World
    3. I AM INDIGENIST: Notes on the Ideology of the Fourth World 251

  4. Anonymous Member

    2013-0032.pdf Aaron Swartz: Interrogation-Confession Handbook January 13, 2013 (3.6MB)
  5. Anonymous Member

    ^^ Criminal investigations, the use and cause of confessions.
    Source: Aaron Swartz
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    Introduction 1
    PART I INTERROGATIONS AND CONFESSIONS
    1. Interrogation Tactics and Techniques 7
    Police Training Manuals 7
    The Reid Technique 10
    The Format and Recording of the Confession 21
    The Context of the Interrogation 24
    American Research on Interrogation 31
    How Things Can Go Wrong During Interrogation 34
    Conclusions 36
    2. Interrogation in Britain 38
    Irving’s Studies 39
    Softley’s Study 43
    Walsh’s Study 43
    Research at the University of Kent 44
    Baldwin’s Study 48
    British Training Manuals 51
    Conclusions 55
    3. Persons at Risk During Interviews in Police Custody: the Royal
    Commission Studies 57
    The 1993 Royal Commission Study by Gudjonsson and Colleagues 58
    Who Confesses? 69
    Detainees’ Legal Rights 71
    xix
    viii Contents
    General Conclusions 73
    4. The Identification and Measurement of ‘Oppressive’ Police
    Interviewing Tactics in Britain. 75
    John Pearse and Gisli H. Gudjonsson
    Background to the Research 75
    The Cases Analysed 77
    Methodology 79
    Interview Tactics 80
    Suspects’ Responses 83
    Methodological Issues 85
    Statistical Procedures 86
    Application of the Framework to Individual Cases 87
    The Heron Murder Case 96
    The Miller Murder Case 106
    Court Outcome 112
    Conclusions 114
    5. Why do Suspects Confess? Theories 115
    Factors Inhibiting Confession 115
    Theoretical Models of Confession 117
    Conclusions 128
    6. Why do Suspects Confess? Empirical Findings 130
    How Important are Confessions? 130
    How Commonly do Suspects Confess? 133
    Factors Associated with Admissions and Denials 140
    Self-Report Studies into Why Suspects Confess 151
    Conclusions 156
    7. Miscarriages of Justice and False Confessions 158
    Miscarriages of Justice 158
    Studies of Miscarriages of Justice 159
    The Leo–Ofshe Study 164
    Some Notorious British Cases 166
    Conclusions 172
    8. The Psychology of False Confession: Research and Theoretical
    Issues 173
    Definitions of False Confession 174
    The Frequency of False Confessions 174
    False, Retracted and Disputed Confessions 178
    The Innocent Pleading Guilty 184
    The Broader Context of False Confessions 186
    The Causes of False Confessions 193
    Theoretical Implications of the Different Types of False
    Confession 197
    Contents ix
    The Ofshe–Leo Model of Confessions 203
    Differences between True and False Confessions 208
    A Proposed Modified Framework 211
    Recovered Memory and False Confession 212
    Conclusions 215
    9. The Psychology of False Confession: Case Examples 217
    Voluntary False Confessions 218
    Pressured–Compliant False Confessions 224
    Pressured–Internalized False Confessions 233
    Conclusions 242
    PART II LEGAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
    10. The English Law on Confessions 247
    The Admissibility and Reliability of ConfessionThe Voire Dire 258
    Issues Affecting Vulnerable Defendants 259
    The Admissibility of Expert Evidence 275
    Conclusions 281
    11. The American Law on Confessions 283
    Gisli H. Gudjonsson and Lorca Morello
    The Basic Law of Confessions 283
    Voluntariness and Mentally Vulnerable Suspects 288
    Challenging a Confession in Court 293
    Differences between English and American Law and Practice 304
    Conclusions 306
    12. The Psychological Assessment 308
    The Assessment Framework 309
    Psychological Vulnerabilities 316
    Learning Disability as a Vulnerability 320
    The Court Report and Oral Evidence 327
    Conclusions 330
    13. Suggestibility: Historical and Theoretical Aspects 332
    Theoretical Approaches 334
    Some Characteristics of Suggestion and Suggestibility 335
    Brief Historical Background to Suggestibility 336
    The Classification of Suggestibility 338
    Theories of Suggestibility 340
    Reinforcement and Suggestibility 343
    Suggestibility: a State or a Trait? 343
    Definition of Interrogative Suggestibility 344
    The Gudjonsson–Clark Theoretical Model 347
    Implications of the Model and Hypotheses 352
    x Contents
    External Evaluation of the Model 353
    Conclusions 358
    14. Interrogative Suggestibility: Empirical Findings 360
    The Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scales 361
    Suggestibility and Hypnotic Susceptibility 368
    Compliance 370
    Acquiescence 376
    Correlations between Suggestibility, Compliance and Acquiescence 378
    Suggestibility and Gender 379
    Suggestibility and Ethnic Background 380
    Suggestibility and Age 380
    Suggestibility and Intelligence 381
    Suggestibility and Memory 384
    Suggestibility and Anxiety 385
    Suggestibility and Impulsivity 388
    Suggestibility and the MMPI-2 389
    Suggestibility and Sleep Deprivation 389
    Suggestibility: Dissociation and Fantasy Proneness 390
    Suggestibility and Instructional Manipulation 391
    Suggestibility and the Experimenter Effect 392
    Suggestibility and Social Desirability 394
    Suggestibility and Coping Strategies 395
    Suggestibility and Assertiveness 396
    Suggestibility and Self-Esteem 396
    Suggestibility and Locus of Control 398
    Suggestibility and Field Dependence 399
    Suspiciousness and Anger 400
    Suggestibility and Test Setting 402
    Suggestibility and Previous Convictions 403
    Police Interviewing and Suggestibility 403
    Resisters and Alleged False Confessors 404
    Suggestibility and False Confessions 407
    Suggestibility and Eyewitness Testimony 410
    Suggestibility and Recovered Memory 411
    Conclusions 412
    15. The Effects of Drugs and Alcohol Upon the Reliability of Testimony 415
    The Extent of the Problem 416
    Theoretical Perspectives 418
    The Effects of Intoxication and Withdrawal 421
    The Effects of Alcohol Withdrawal on Interrogative Suggestibility 428
    False Confessions to Murder by a Heroin Addict 430
    Conclusions 432
    PART III BRITISH COURT OF APPEAL CASES
    16. The Court of Appeal 437
    Contents xi
    The Beginning of Expert Psychological Testimony 440
    Conclusions 441
    17. The ‘Guildford Four’ and the ‘Birmingham Six’. 445
    Gisli H. Gudjonsson and J. A. C. MacKeith
    The Guildford Four 445
    The Birmingham Six 452
    Conclusions 456
    18. Psychological Vulnerability 458
    Engin Raghip—The Beginning: Landmark Decision for
    Psychology 458
    Jacqueline Fletcher—Unidentified Borderline
    Intelligence 468
    Judith Ward—Personality Disorder 470
    David MacKenzie—Inability to Distinguish Facts from
    Fantasy 472
    Idris Ali—Pathological Lying 473
    George Long—Clinical Depression 476
    Patrick Kane—Anxiety and Compliance 479
    Andrew Evans—Misdiagnosed Psychogenic Amnesia 482
    John Roberts—Abnormal Compliance 492
    Ashley King—Abnormal Suggestibility and Compliance 493
    Darren Hall—Disorder in the Absence of a Psychiatric
    Diagnosis 495
    Ian Hay Gordon—Exploitation of Sexuality 499
    Peter Fell—Poor Self-Esteem 506
    Conclusions 512
    19. Police Impropriety 514
    Stephen Miller 515
    Alfred Allen (the ‘UDR Four’) 517
    The Carl Bridgewater Case 519
    Derek Bentley 520
    Conclusions 522
    20. Misleading Special Knowledge 523
    Stefan Kiszko 523
    The Darvell Brothers 530
    Donald Pendleton 533
    Conclusions 537
    PART IV FOREIGN CASES OF DISPUTED CONFESSIONS
    21. Four High Profile American Cases 541
    Waneta Hoyt 541
    Joe Giarratano 550
    xii Contents
    Henry Lee Lucas 554
    John Wille 563
    General Conclusions 572
    22. Canadian and Israeli Cases 573
    A Canadian Case of Non-Custodial Interrogation 573
    An Israeli Terrorist Case 582
    General Conclusions 589
    23. Murder in Norway: a False Belief Leading to a False Confession 590
    Background to the Case 590
    Pre-Trial (1997) Psychological Evaluation 594
    The First Trial 595
    The Psychological Evaluation Prior to the Appeal 596
    Interviews with Informants 602
    Mr A’s Strengths and Vulnerabilities 605
    The Interrogation and Confinement 606
    Repression and Psychogenic Amnesia 608
    The Appeal 609
    Conclusions 611
    Conclusions 615
    General Comments and Conclusions 615
    Interrogation 619
    Psychological Vulnerability 621
    True Confessions 622
    Retracted and False Confessions 623
  8. Anonymous Member

    I'm posting the table of contents so you can select what to read.
    It's all tl; but read. It's important.
  9. Anonymous Member

    Chapter IV is l
    ikely the most pioneering. It addresses the “deepest inner
    self” as a human component distinct from intellect, feelings, and body.
    Comprehensive, authoritative sources are used to present the material with a
    structured, analytic approach. In this fashion is also addressed the potential of
    human spirituality to empower IT workers with “psychological robustness.”
    It is in this perspective that a structured, operational definition of “emotional
    intelligence” is developed, and the potential of such an intelligence in IS efforts
    is promoted considerably.
    2013-0036.pdf Aaron Swartz: Managing InfoSys Emotional Intel January 14, 2013 (3.0MB
  10. Anonymous Member

    Thank you, Aaron.
  11. Anonymous Member

    2013-0031.pdf Psychiatric Slavery
    (Scientology will not be pleased, it is about involuntary commitment and forced treatment
    relevant now because of the move to treat homosexuality as a disease.)
    Source: Aaron Swartz
  12. Anonymous Member

    IMHO

    Donate for the Cryptome Archive DVDs of 74,000 files (17GB) from June 1996 to December 2012.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Important stuff. Bump.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    THE MIT
    ENCYCLOPEDIA
    OF THE
    COGNITIVE
    SCIENCES
    EDITED BY
    ROBERT A.WILSON
    AND
    FRANK C. KEIL

    COMPUTATIONAL
    INTELLIGENCE



    CULTURE,
    COGNITION,
    AND
    EVOLUTION

    LINGUISTICS
    AND
    LANGUAGE

    NEUROSCIENCES

    PHILOSOPHY
    PSYCHOLOGY



    The
  16. Anonymous Member

    ^^
    2013-0036.pdf
    Aaron Swartz: MIT Compile of Cognitive Sciences January 14, 2013 (11MB)
  17. A.O.T.F Member

    A Most Excellent Thread - Thank You
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Why was a Secret Service agent involved, and laying in wait?
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  25. Anonymous Member

    ^^ Source Aaron Swartz
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    Preface ix
    Introduction 1
    PART I
    Overview 11
    1 Toward a Necessary Utopianism: Democratic Global
    Governance 13
    2 The Power of Rights and the Rights of Power:
    What Future for Human Rights? 25
    3 Orientalism and International Law 39
    PART II
    Nurturing Global Democracy 55
    4 Toward Global Democracy 57
    5 Citizenship and Globalization 67
    PART III
    International Criminal Law 81
    6 The Holocaust and the Emergence of International
    Human Rights 83
    7 The Pinochet Moment: Whither Universal Jurisdiction? 97
    8 Genocide at the World Court: The Case Against Serbia 121
    PART IV
    Human Rights After 9/11 127
    9 A Descending Spiral 129
    10 Encroaching on the Rule of Law: Counter-Terrorist
    Justifications 144
    11 Humanitarian Intervention 166
    PART V
    Beyond Politics 179
    12 Crimes, Lies, and Law: Human Rights in Adversity 181
    13 Humanity in Question 192
    14 The Ideal of the Citizen Pilgrim 202
    2013-0046.pdf Aaron Swartz: Achieving Human Rights January 15, 2013 (844KB
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    2013-0047.pdf Aaron Swartz: Disposable Women of Global Capital January 15, 2013 (2.2MB
    Contents
    Acknowledgments xi
    1 Introduction: Disposable Women and Other Myths
    of Global Capitalism 1
    I Storylines
    2 Disposable Daughters and Factory Fathers 23
    3 Manufacturing Bodies 45
    4 The Dialectics of Still Life: Murder, Women, and
    Disposability 71
    II Disruptions
    5 Maquiladora Mestizas and a Feminist Border Politics 93
    6 Crossing the Factory Frontier 123
    7 Paradoxes and Protests 151
  28. Anonymous Member

    One more bump for Cryptome. They got a DMCA last week, unrelated to Aaron Swartz. This might be a good time to buy the archive before it gets erased.
  29. Anonymous Member

    Contents
    2013-0054.pdf Aaron Swartz: Spying Blind: CIA, FBI, 9/11 January 16, 2013 (1.1MB)

    CHAPTER ONE
    An Organizational View of 9/11 1
    CHAPTER TWO
    Canaries in the Coal Mine: The Case for Failed Adaptation 15
    CHAPTER THREE
    Crossing an Academic No-Man’s Land:
    Explaining Failed Adaptation 43
    CHAPTER FOUR
    Fighting Osama One Bureaucrat at a Time:
    Adaptation Failure in the CIA 61
    CHAPTER FIVE
    Signals Found and Lost: The CIA and 9/11 101
    CHAPTER SIX
    Real Men Don’t Type: Adaptation Failure in the FBI 120
    CHAPTER SEVEN
    Evidence Teams at the Ready: The FBI and 9/11 156
    CHAPTER EIGHT
    The More Things Change . . . 169

    Source: Aaron Swartz
  30. Anonymous Member

    2013-0052.pdf Aaron Swartz: Norms in a Wired World January 16, 2013 (1.6MB)
    Contents

    Introduction 1
    part i. the pattern conception of norms
    1 Rule Conception Versus Pattern Conception 17
    2 Rational Norms 38
    3 Norm Utilitarianism 79
    4 Emergent Moral Norms 96
    5 Critical Moral Norms 120
    part ii. negligent norms
    6 The Traditional Rule of Custom 149
    7 The Evidentiary Rule of Custom 163
    8 A World of Dangerous Norms and Customs 178
    9 Regulating the Rule of Custom to Create Safe Social Norms 198
    10 Juror Norms and the Reasonable Person Standard 215
    11 Rejection of the Dominant Paradigm of Negligence 226
    part iii. cyberspace privacy norms
    12 Harmful Online Personal Data Practices 243
    13 The Emergence of Online Privacy Entitlements 261
    14 Website Privacy Respect: Real and Feigned 282
    Conclusion 306

    Source: Aaron Swartz
  31. Anonymous Member

    Even tho Barrett Brown is a horses ass, one of his charges is for pasting a link- It seems the US government is trying to criminalize on-line advocacy for freedom of information.
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    This we must Defend!
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    http://cryptome.org/2013/01/aaron-swartz/dmca-swartz.htm

    I may be contacted by the following methods: Greta Lindquist, University of California Press, 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA 94704; Phone: 510-643-9795; Email: greta.lindquist[at]ucpress.edu;
    I hereby request that you remove or disable access to this material as it appears on your service in as expedient a fashion as possible. In particular, the author is upset that his work appears in connection with his cousin, Aaron Swartz, and asks that you respect his wishes and remove the link. Thank you.
    Regards,
    --
    Greta Lindquist
    Subsidiary Rights Assistant
    University of California Press
    2120 Berkeley Way
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  35. Anonymous Member

    So sad those in academia have a monetary need to try to restrain knowledge to their purview behind paywalls.

    Anybody got this stuff on torrent?
  36. Anonymous Member

    2013-0051.pdf Aaron Swartz: Prison State: Mass Incarceration January 16, 2013 (1.4MB)
    Contents
    Acknowledgments page ix
    1 The Buildup to Mass Incarceration 1
    2 Causes of the Prison Buildup 14
    3 More Prison, Less Crime? 51
    4 Prison Buildup and Disorder 81
    5 The Buildup and Inmate Release 116
    6 Impact of the Buildup on the Labor Market 141
    7 Conclusion: Right-Sizing Prison 169
    Notes 181


    His argument is that we depend of human capital, it is what drove the US economy for the decades after ww2. Since so many
    people are incarcerated, we need to turn prisons into human capital.
    IDK, seems odd. Does he think we should have mandatory education in prisons? For-profit prisons use hunan capital for cheap labor, he is arguing for a different use.
  37. Anonymous Member

    Look at cryptome
  38. Anonymous Member

    2013-0057.pdf Aaron Swartz: Munitions of the Mind: Propaganda January 16, 2013 (1.4MB)



    This is a history of PsyOps. It closes with
  39. Anonymous Member

    http://cryptome.org/2013/01/aaron-swartz/Marketing-Rebellion.pdf




    Contents
    Maps and Tables Acknowledgments
    1. 1 INSURGENT GROUPS AND THE QUEST FOR OVERSEAS SUPPORT
    2. 2 POWER, EXCHANGE, AND MARKETING
    3. 3 FROM ETHNIC TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONFLICT:
      NIGERIA’S OGONI MOVEMENT
    4. 4 THE MAKING OF AN ANTIGLOBALIZATION ICON: MEXICO’S ZAPATISTA UPRISING
    5. 5 TRANSNATIONAL MARKETING AND WORLD POLITICS

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