Comments on Gregory Sandstrom’s Book (2014) "Human Extension"

In 2014, Gregory Sandstrom publishes a book arguing for human extension, as a discipline of inquiry. These comments use the category-based nested form as a way to depict human extension, as well as include human intension. Human extension and intension are alternatives to the modern disciplines of sociology and psychology. Sandstrom's innovation shows promise. More
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