On the Order of Chaos

On the Order of Chaos

Author: Mark S. Mosko

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 184545023X

Page: 276

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lack of linear ordering among processes of globalization . ... So even during those rare moments when the science warriors on both sides have invoked chaos theory directly , the wider polemical field has tended to subvert a more ...

The essays in this volume collectively transform perspectives previously experienced as divergent, conflicting, and inconsistent into a common and complex orientation to problems central to the natural and social sciences involving transitions between order and disorder."--Jacket.



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