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Etect life on the hundreds of newly colonized planets The PP Corps members wander the universe looking for habitable planets for humanity but first searching t horoughly for native intell. Catching up on my old enthusiasm for science fiction This book is by now a classic It portrays the professional life of an evaluator of societies for that thing called intelligence Speculative exobiology has always been of interest to me While I ve never been interested in vast conspiracy theories I ll have to admit that many small scale conpiracies seem to be common I recommend beginning this book to get a flavor of the plot then if you don t like it put it down

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Igent life in which case humanity must give that planet a pass Set in the 21st century Conscience Odegaard travels from world to world crisis to crisis resolving problems that others cann. This was the first SF book I ever read 30 years ago when I was about 15 It hooked me on the genre I Love You Almost Always give that planet a pass Set in the 21st century Conscience Odegaard travels from world to world crisis to crisis resolving problems that others cann. This was the first SF book I ever read 30 years ago when I was about 15 It hooked me on the Gloom Town genre

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Armed with the reuired five master's degrees among other outstanding accomplishments the members of the elite Practical Philosopher Corps are a handful of galactictic roamers trained to d. DAW Collectors 131Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Green Joseph Lee Birthplace Compass Lake Florida USA 14 January 1931Conscience Interplanetary consists of four stories padded out with new material to comprise a full length novelGreen s protagonist Conscience Odegaard is a member of the Practical Philosopher Corps whose job it is to assess the intelligence of native species on newly discovered worlds If the species is deemed intelligent or has the potential of intelligence the planet is designated protected if not the planet is open to the full horrors of colonization mining and general corporate mayhem Of course it is in the interests of business that as many planets as possible are open for exploitation so the Practical Philosopher Corps face every kind of sabotage and subterfuge at the hands of the New Roman Party which represents corporate interests Odegaard must ensure that his professional judgments are also secure against unpicking by the New Romans and this involves much politics back on EarthThe stories that makw up this novel areThe Decision MakersThe Shamblers of MiseryThe Butterflys of BeautyThe Cryer of Crystal


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  1. says:

    DAW Collectors #131Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Green Joseph Lee Birthplace Compass Lake Florida USA 14 January 1931Conscience Interplanetary consists of four stories padded out with new material to comprise a full length novelGreen's protagonist Conscience Odegaard is a member of the Practical Philosopher Corps whose job it is t

  2. says:

    Many works of now classic sci fi are actually collections of short stories edited together to novel length I Robot is probably the best known example In that example Isaac Asimov allowed his stories to retain their autonomy weaving them toge

  3. says:

    One freuent complaint that I’ve read about this book was that the stories are disjointed and disconnected The reason for this is that the novel is a “fix up” of four previous stories written from 1965 to 19

  4. says:

    Catching up on my old enthusiasm for science fiction This book is by now a classic It portrays the professional life of an evaluator of societies for that thing called 'intelligence' Speculative exobiology has always been of interest to me While I've never been interested in vast conspiracy theories I'll have to admit that many small scale conpiracies seem to be common I recommend beginning this book to get a flavor of the plot;

  5. says:

    This was the first SF book I ever read 30 years ago when I was about 15 It hooked me on the genre

  6. says:

    Un romanzo con un eroe tutto d'un pezzo come si usava una volta Ci sono idee chiaramente d'atmosfera Campbelliana e alla base c'è anche lo spirito di Star trek degli anni '60 L'dea di un corpo di Filosofi Ambientali in giro per le stelle a salvare specie protointelligenti dallo sfruttamento dell'umanità non è male C'è una buona componente scientifica di tipo biologico e ovviamente il complotto sotterraneo che porta i

  7. says:

    Very dated work of juvenile science fiction I disliked the loosely jointed episodic stories that make up the novel proper and the occasional bouts of late 60s early 70s slang were particularly jarring and bounced me out of the narrative every timeThe story concept wasn't terribly bad but there are a lot better

  8. says:

    1980 grade B

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