Participating in the Meaning of Life, a Contributor's Critique

Foundations of Science 17 (1):39-41 (2012)
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The aim of this contribution is to critically examine the metaphysical presuppositions that prevail in (Stewart in Found Sci 15(4):395–409, 2010a ) answer to the question “are we in the midst of a developmental process?” as expressed in his statement “that humanity has discovered the trajectory of past evolution and can see how it is likely to continue in the future”
Keywords Complexity  Participation  Contribution  Question  Answer
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