“Techno-Fix: Why Technology Won’t Save Us or the Environment,” a talk given by Dr. Huesemann, is a series of observations that describe technological optimism and the limitations of technology. 491 more words
Tags » Reductionism
In the comment here, John Nerst effectively rejects the existence of parts and wholes:
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In my view, there must be a set of fundamental rules that the universe is running on and fundamental entities that doesn’t reduce to something else, and everything else is simply descriptions of the consequences of those rules.
MKM – Instants//Paris (Mikroton Recordings)
Burkhard Beins / Lucio Capece / Martin Küchen / Paul Vogel -Fracture Mechanics (Mikroton Recordings)
Ease – No No No, No (Mikroton Recordings) 1,809 more words
A different way to look at what the study of physics can be all about. Perhaps the answer lies in finding a common approach that finds a bridge between the philosophies and approaches of emergence and reductionism. 15 more words
Speaker: Robbert Dijkgraaf
Department: Kavli institute
Subject: Information, from the structure of the universe to life
Location: TU Delft
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Ontology and the history of economic thought: the case of anti-reductionism in the work of Friedrich Hayek
The very excellent Paul Lewis has alerted me to a new paper of his available in the Cambridge Journal of Economics, Volume 41, Issue 5, 1 August 2017, pp. 1343–1365.