Bernard Feltz (ed.)
Dordrecht: Springer (2006)
|Abstract||Historical aspects of the issue are also broached. Intuitions relative to self-organization can be found in the works of such key Western philosophical figures as Aristotle, Leibniz and Kant. Interacting with more recent authors and cybernetics, self-organization represents a notion in keeping with the modern world’s discovery of radical complexity. The themes of teleology and emergence are analyzed by philosophers of sciences with regards to the issues of modelization and scientific explanation. (publisher, edited)|
|Keywords||Biology Intentionality Life Science Science Self-organization Teleology|
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