Turbulent mirror: an illustrated guide to chaos theory and the science of wholeness

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1989 - Science - 222 pages
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Written for the layperson, A Turbulent Mirror offers a perfect introduction to one of today's most popular and provocative areas of science--Chaos Theory. 100 photos and charts.

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User Review  - RandyStafford - LibraryThing

My reactions upon reading this book in 1990. As befits the authors' dualistic structure for the book and their constant emphasis on the shifts between chaos and order, I found this book alternately ... Read full review

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If you're only going to read one book on Chaos/Complexity theory, this is the one. If you're planning to read many, this is a good place to start. The basic principles behind chaos theory are ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
13
Prologue
19
Chapter
31
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John Briggs is a professor of English of Western Connecticut State University, has taught at the New School for Social Research in New York, and holds a doctorate in aesthetics and psychology. He is the author of Fractals: The Patterns of Chaos, and co-author, with physicist F. David Peat, of Turbulent Mirror and Seven Life Lessons of Chaos.

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