Category Archives: Causality

Emergence, Causality, Self-Organisation

Emergence and self-organisation are  the  two main concepts  that  this book and  the research project “Human Strategies in Complexity”  focus on. Aspects of emergence are: Synergism: Emergence  is due  to  the productive  interaction between entities. Synergies between  interacting  entities  are  … Continue reading

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Self-organization of Time and Causality – steps towards understanding the ultimate origin

Probably  the  most  fundamental  problem  is  the  origin  of  time  and causality. The inherent difficulty is that all scientific theories of origins and evolution consider  the  existence  of  time  and  causality  as  given. We  tackle  this  problem  by starting  from  … Continue reading

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Causality and Emergence

This paper tries to show that emergence of any novelty cannot take place without some kind of indeterminism. Determinism and indeterminism both are aspects of reality and they are interconnected. A General Systems Theory has to include indeterminism which apparently exists in most basical systems (e.g. quantum … Continue reading

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