Kaufman hits on strange loops and the limit of one-way causation



Kaufman writes: But we are not bereft of the possibilities of a positive science beyond reductionism and entailing law. I will begin to discuss this in my next series of posts, starting with collectively autocatalytic sets, and cells and the biosphere and its evolution, all fulfilling Immanuel Kant’s dictum that, roughly, in an organized being, the parts exist for and by means of the whole and the whole exists (in the real universe) by means of the parts.

His views are now coming very close to my Trinitarian beliefs.

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