Gaia, ockham's razor, the science of complexity

World Futures 60 (5 & 6):407 – 420 (2004)
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In this article, the author describes his sense of synchronicity with Edgar Morin's concepts of complexity. Although Morin only briefly addresses Gaia per se, the implications of Morin's work may reveal the Gaia concept as an element of the general breakthroughs of complexity science. Morin demonstrates a phase transition that is gaining momentum right now, whereby the new, more benign science is overwhelming the old Cartesian world.
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DOI 10.1080/02604020490468375
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