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  • create detailed models of complex systems. After a general introduction to the language of dynamical systems theory, I focus on two challenges in particular:
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  • 1977; Sears, Maccoby, & Levin, 1957), and family systems theory (Cox & Paley, 1997). Attachment theory places primary importance on the sensitivity of
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  • (2011). Systems and Process Metaphysics. In C. (. Hooker, Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, Volume 10: Philosophy of Complex Systems (pp. 91-104)
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  • The Parochial System: an appeal to English churchmen  (1838)  by Henry William Wilberforce 1807267The Parochial System: an appeal to English churchmenHenry
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  • In 2.1 I will introduce a distinction between "complex systems" sciences and "simple systems" sciences, and show how that distinction very naturally
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  • Evidence of the Central Nervous System Theories of the origin of vertebrates—Importance of the central nervous system—Evolution of tissues—Evidence of
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  • means to say that a system’s behavior is non-linear, we need to get some basic terminology under our belt. Complex systems theory is built largely on
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  • jurors. Such panels are completely at war with the democratic theory of our jury system, a theory formulated out of the experience of generations. One is constitutionally
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  • complexity theory, and it might be easy to lose sight of our overall goal. In Chapter Two, I presented a primer on complex systems theory and surveyed
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  • recommendations for high priority research in systems theory and control, summarized below. Classical control theory. Systems which evolve according to well behaved
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  • displacing the former pathological systems and theories for all time. (See Pathology.) His views were so clear, his theory so perfect, and his grasp of the
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  • maze of metaphysical and occult theories that they do not know which road to take. They try a mixture of many systems and fail in all. For these, again
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  • and thus the last known discrepancy of importance in the solar system between theory and observation appeared to be explained away; and by a curious
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  • with "the elaborate system of theories which Weismann has reared upon his funda- mental postulate." He represents these theories as being in a continual
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  • conserving these systems and art-works in their entirety, for the benefit of posterity. We, who are always ready to invent theories for the explanation
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  • entire purview of the psychological field. For instance, in his " System," the theory of the " growth of mental values " bears precisely upon these questions
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  • illustrations of this law may be seen in the systems of thought that have prevailed since the days of Pythagoras. Systems of words would be a better name for many
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  • then that the first greatest teachers and writers on educational systems and theories came: Socrates, Xenophon, Plato and Aristotle, and probably no four
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  • personally, and therefore I boldly declare that all these fine systems, all these theories for explaining to mankind their real normal interests, in order
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  • comparative study." The two systems of classification—natural and artificial—having been distinguished, the natural system is defined as having for its
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