A Third Window: Natural Life beyond Newton and Darwin

2009 | 224 Pages | ISBN: 159947154X | PDF | 6 MB

Thus far, the dominant paradigms through which modern scientists have viewed nature have been structured primarily around Newtonian and Darwinian approaches. As theoretical ecologist Robert E. Ulanowicz observes in his new work, A Third Window, neither of these models is sufficient for explaining how real change°™in the form of creative advance or emergence°™takes place in nature.



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