Creative Coordinations: Theory and Style of Knowledge in P. Dumouchel's Emotions

World Futures 65 (8):568-575 (2009)

Luisa Damiano
Università degli Studi di Messina
This article is a review of Paul Dumouchel's Emotions which focuses on the two levels of his emotion theory and heuristic. It interprets them both as the expression, in the domain of emotions, of a post-classical conception of nature and science that belongs to the tradition of scientific research on self-organization. Its main thesis, which is also shared by Emotions , is that creativity in nature and science corresponds to a process of coordination
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