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            World View

A New 'Bi-Dynamical' Philosophy

Learning to Conceptualize the 'Two Ways Things Happen'

  • Systems science reveals a profound contrast between deterministic causation and emergent self-organization
  • It is now evident the world is paradoxically 'made' by both linearly consistent and nonlinearly inconsistent dynamics
  • Its complex ordering arises inconsistently from both predictable events and unpredictable emergence
  • Yet 'Truth' in our Western philosophy is considered dependent upon linearly consistent reasoning and rationalization
  • That makes it a reflexively reductive, effectively mechanistic, left brain hemisphere biased, mode of thinking
  • Such a mode of thinking can't cope with the seemingly irrational dynamics of concurrent interactivity and emergence
  • Our philosophical reasoning must now overtly conceptualize a 'bi-dynamical reality' if it is to be scientifically valid
  • It must 'account for' the paradoxical dynamics of sequentially causal versus concurrently emergent events
  • This 'logical paradox' requires a prioritization of our right brain hemisphere mode of understanding over our left

Tracking the Linear Dynamics of Sequential Action versus the Nonlinear Dynamics of Concurrent Interactivity

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Reasoning the Necessity of both Deterministic Causation and Unpredictably Emergent Self-Ordering

Using Both Our Brain Hemispheres to Reason Paradoxically 
The Logical Paradox of 'Two Ways Things Happen'

Re-Reading Philosophy Through Systems Science Perspectives for Its 'Self-Deconstruction' of Our Mechanistic Rationalism

Tracking Sequential Action versus Concurrent Interactivity

Descartes Gambit: Seeking a Shared 'Truth' about Reality

For more on complex systems and networks see these websites:
Systems InnovationComplexity Labs, Complexity Explained , and
The Complexity Explorer

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