In maintenance of the position by Joseph:
I accept all approaches.
We must study any phenomenon from different aspects.
This does not mean that all actors should study all of the possible
aspects, but accept them.
According to me, Joe is right. Ontological aspects are as much important
Episteme is about the way how we obtain information from certain
Ontology is about the study of these entities, independent of whether we
obtain or not (and if so, which way) any information about them.
The two approaches should be studied separately in themselves, but not
denying the raison d'etre of the other.
2015.07.23. 15:58 keltezéssel, Fernando Flores írta:
I will answer to the comments made by Joseph and Luis will answer to the
comments made by Moisés.
Thank you for your comments. We are not sure about the usefulness of
identifying “information” (order) with “mater”. In this sense we are
very carefully to avoid any hard physicalist approach. In this sense
we believe with Norbert Wiener:
The mechanical brain does not secrete thought “as the liver does
bile”, as the earlier materialist claimed, nor does it put it out in
the form of energy, as the muscle puts out its activity. Information
is information, not matter nor energy. No materialism, which does not
admit this, can survive at the present day.
An informational description of the world must stand as a new branch
of science in which “digitalism” will be the natural language. Of
course as any other science, it is a simplification of the complexity
of nature/society/culture. I believe that we are shown that we are
very conscious about the risks of a hard simplification, and that is
why we introduced that idea of freedom in a chain of acts and use
probability as mathematical language. We considered the vital acts as
Fernando Flores PhD
History of Ideas and Sciences
Probably interesting publications online:
A few consequences of the presence of isotopic field-charges in QED
Electromagnetic interaction in the presence of isotopic field-charges
Physical consequences of a new gauge-symmetry and its associated
conservation law <http://www.springerlink.com/content/g28q43v2112721r1/>
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