The self-organizing universe: scientific and human implications of the emerging paradigm of evolution

New York: Pergamon Press (1980)
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The book, with its emphasis on the interaction of microstructures with the entire biosphere, ecosystems etc., and on how micro- and macrocosmos mutually create the conditions for their further evolution, provides a comprehensive framework for a deeper understanding of human creativity in a time of transition.

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