Reductionism versus complexity
This chapter presents philosophic discussion of the difference between reductionism and complexity, which focuses on the dependence of phenomena on past history, on the size of the system, and on the very curious question of why intuition is derived that is applied to real systems from very specialized models that have strong and unrealistic symmetry properties.
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