Chaos Psychology

  • Jeremy England, Assistant Professor at MIT, proposed that when an external energy source is applied, local structures will form that facilitate global entropy increase. They do so, because they can dissipate the externally applied energy much easier than a lump of disorganized atoms. Plants, for example, can absorb sunlight and dissipate the energy more effectively. Making copies of yourself may be attributed to the same principle.

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  • The grand theory. This preentation illustrates a monist constructivist theory. This theory is behind the thinking of my approach to chaos psychology. Chaotic phenomena need looped-discrete underlying building blocks to be applicable. Thus, a construction of cognition is necessary that builds this foundation.

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  • Instead of complaining that people don’t have the proper takeaways form chaos science, why not create my own little series on fractal and chaotic phenomena. Often, the descriptions that are available online are very mathematical, and it is not immediately obvious why the information should be relevant to you. That is particularly true, if you have no clue about the subject yet. I’ll try to go with a minimum of mathematics in the beginning, and try to explain it step by step.

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  • Popper’s approach to truth implies that one cannot state truth. Instead, theories have to be falsified. As a popular assumption, doing so frees one from making false assumptions about truth. But there’s a hidden fallacy in this approach that is not very obvious, and can have devastating consequences if it becomes unconscious and forgotten.

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  • What are Epistemological Assumptions?
    A way of thinking … yes, but not only that.
    A mindset … yes, but not only that.
    An attitude … a complete set, but not only that.
    A worldview … yes, but not only that …

    Read more about my funny journey towards discrete-looped phenomena.

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