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At 22:53 17/05/00 -0400, you wrote:
>On Wed, 17 May 2000, JERRY LEVY wrote:
> > b) Going back to the original literary use of the word, you
> > write that a robot is nothing but a worker, a universal
> > worker and suggest that it can be understood as abstract
> > labour.
> > Yet, I have a definition which suggests that a "robot"
> > is a Czech word for slave...
>Not sure about Czech but In Russian work is rabota, and a worker
>a rabochiy or rabotnik.
I admit to reading the Czech as Russian.
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