Godel, Turing, chaitin and the question of emergence as a meta-principle of modern physics. some arguments against reductionism

World Futures 32 (2):185-195 (1991)
(1991). Gödel, Turing, chaitin and the question of emergence as a meta‐principle of modern physics. some arguments against reductionism. World Futures: Vol. 32, Creative Evolution in Nature, Mind, and Society, pp. 185-195
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DOI 10.1080/02604027.1991.9972258
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