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Origin(s) of Design in Nature

A Fresh, Interdisciplinary Look at How Design Emerges in Complex Systems, Especially Life

Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology Band 23

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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Liz Swan, Richard Gordon, Joseph Seckbach
Seitenzahl 812
Erscheinungsdatum 23.08.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-94-017-7963-0
Verlag Springer Netherland
Maße (L/B/H) 23,6/15,6/3 cm
Gewicht 1702 g
Abbildungen 6 Tables, color 132 Illustrations, black and white XXVII, 132 illus.
Auflage Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2012

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  • Introduction, Joseph Seckbach; Foreword, Julian Chela-Flores; Preface, Gerald Schroeder; PART I: ORIGIN OF DESIGN

    The Initial Low Gravitational Entropy of the Universe as the Origin of Design in Nature, C. Lineweaver

    On the Biological Origin of Design in Nature, A. Grandpierre

    Creativity in Nature, S. McGrew

    PART II: PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS OF DESIGN

    Plato’s Pythagorean Cosmos: Order and Chaos in the Intelligence of Natural Design, M. Faller

    War or Peace? Huxley and Kropotkin’s Battle Over the Design of Virtue, O.Harman

    Free Will in God’s Dice Game, M Schrader

    Does Biology Need a New Theory of Explanation? A biological perspective on Kant’s Critique of Teleological Judgment, C. Chetland

    Pragmatism, Inquiry, and Design: A Dynamic Approach, T. Solymosi

    The Natural Design of Intelligence in Dewey’s Philosophy, J. Shook

    PART III: THEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DESIGN

    The Best Mislaid Plans: A Religious Approach to the Question of the Planning of Reality, Y. Rozenson

    Judaism and Evolution in Four Dimensions: Biological, Spiritual, Cultural, and Intellectual, S. Glicksberg

    Random Natural Laws Versus Direct Trends: A Cabbalistic Interpretation Based on the Teachings of Rabbi Kook, D. Berger

    The Identity of Designer and Design, K. Klostermaier

    In the Beginning There Was Lightning: Fulguro-Genesis and Eduard Loewenthal’s Religion of Religions, E. Rees-Dessauer

    Structure and Creativeness: A Reinterpretation of the Neo-Confucian Binary Category Li and Qi, J. Rosker

    Evolution: The Biblical Accounts of Life’s Development, G. Schroeder

    PART IV: DARWINISM AS THE BACKBONE OF THE LIFE SCIENCES

    Design and disorder: Gould, adaptationism and evolutionary psychiatry, P. Adriaens

    Architecture and Design Among Plants and Animals: Convergent and Divergent Developmental Mechanisms, C. Bishop, M. Galway, and D. Garbary

    The Lingual Taste Palillae: A Delicate and Complicated Nature’s Design for Taste Modalities Perception, N. Gadoth and E. Mass

    Divine Genesis, Evolution and Astrobiology, J. Seckbach

    Consistent Patterns of Statistical Distributions in Natural Ecological Communities: Lake Phytoplankton, Y, Kamenir

    Coupling of growth, differentiation and morphogenesis: an integrated approach to design in embryogenesis, R. Gordon and V. Fleury

    Interior Cell Design: VICKZ Proteins Mediate RNA Localization And Cell Function, J. Yisraeli

    Organic Codes and the Origin of Language, M. Barbieri

    Mechano-Sensing in Embryonic Biochemical and Morphologic Design: Evolutionary Perspectives in Primary Organisms Emergence, E. Farge

    PART V: CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF DESIGN IN WHAT LIES BEYOND DARWINISM

    A Response to Darwin’s Dilemma: A-PR cycles and the origin of design in nature, Z. Gill

    The Synthetic Approach in Biology: Epistemic Notes for Synthetic Biology, P.L. Luisi

    Necessity and Freedom in Designs of Nature, J. Svoboda

    Not All Designs are Created Equal, T. Barbalet

    Design of Living Systems in the Information Age: Brain, Creativity, and the Environment, M. Miran, E. Miran, and N. Chen

    From Nature to Naturoids and Back, M. Negrotti

    Trouble for Natural Design, A. Ward

    Imagining a Theory of Everything for Adaptive Systems, S. Cook

    PART VI: DESIGN IN THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES

    Hidden Order and the Origin of Complex Structures, S. Kak

    What the Fine-Tuning Argument Shows (and Doesn’t Show), M. Dickson

    The Continuous Increase in the Complexity of the Designed Structures of the Universe is Described as Movement Against Infinite Entropy, A. Issar

    Law, Order and Probability, M. Pollak

    Design and Self-Organization, A.M. Winters

    Development of Organisms as Self-Organization of Mechanically Stressed Macroscopic Designs, L. Beloussov

    Playing God: The Historical Motivations of Artificial Life, S. Grand

    PART VII: DESIGN IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

    The Socially Constructed Natural Origins of Self-Organization, D. Rodgers

    Complex Epidemics, Simplistic Tools: The Failure of AIDS Policy in Africa, E. Stillwaggon

    PART VIII: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

    Last remarks on ORIGIN(S) OF DESIGN IN NATURE [ODIN], L. Swan