Modern Believing

This Chaotic World

Modern Believing (1995), 36, (4), 8–15.

Abstract

A brief history of the idea of chaos and an account of the essential elements of chaotic behaviour, precede examples of chaotic systems in nature. Possible implications of chaos for epistemology, ethics and moral philosophy and natural theology are set out.

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Cook, Alan