Order Out of Chaos: Man's New Dialogue with Nature 
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User Review  Harry Kessels  Goodreadssystematic approach to analysis of organic and anorganic systems. recommended if you're interested in chaos theory and biological systems dynamics from a research perspective Read full review
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User Review  Warren Manning  GoodreadsBrilliant book, have reread several times, amazing when you realize real thermodynamics occurs in nonequilibrium conditions of the world outside the lab.... Read full review
Contents
The Challenge to Science  1 
The Delusion of the Universal  25 
The Triumph of Reason  27 
Copyright  
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A. N. Whitehead activity appears arrow atoms basic become behavior BelousovZhabotinsky reaction Bergson bifurcation bifurcation diagram biological Boltzmann's cell century Chapter chemical clock chemical reactions chemistry classical dynamics classical mechanics classical physics classical science collisions complex concentration concept correlations corresponding cultural defined described deterministic dissipative structures distribution dynamic system Einstein elementary particles emphasized ence energy entropy production equations equilibrium evolution example experimental expressed farfromequilibrium Figure fluctuations forces formulation function heat human idea initial conditions instability interaction irreversible processes kinetic knowledge leads logistic equation macroscopic Markov chains mathematical modern science molecules motion namic nature Newton Newtonian nonequilibrium phase space phenomena philosophy physicists physics possible Prigogine principle probability problem produce quantum mechanics question random region relation result reversible role scientific scientists second law situation social stable stationary temperature theoretical theory thermodynamics tion trajectories transformation universe velocity inversion versible