Theory Of Interaction: The Foundations

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Rodolfo Alcazar Portillo, Feb 13, 2015 - Philosophy - 128 pages
Interaction is the phenomena behind order, chaos and life. Interaction is the language of natural entities. Interaction is the root of the non-linear behavior, emergence and organization. Interaction is what you do each instant since long before being born. It is so obvious that it was never studied formally.  
 
As we are suffering economic, social, environmental and other types of crisis, the Theory of Interaction argues that this is a consequence of our bad use of interactions (as said, there are artificial, a bad imitation of nature).  
 
The theory predicts that in order to help the environment, create constructive economies and decrease social differences we need just one thing: imitate natural interaction. 
 
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Contents

Contents
11
Presentation
17
In Thermodynamics
27
Trivial Examples
41
Definitions
49
Perstability
55
Dynamics
65
Kinematics
73
Nature
89
Humans
101
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Rodolfo Alcazar Portillo works for the European Space Agency at the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, France. He focuses work on systems integration, his research on the General Systems Theory and now the Theory Of Interaction. He works also as systems integrator and as a musician.

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