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From Cosmos To Chaos

Author : Peter Coles
ISBN : 9780198567622
Genre : Mathematics
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Looks at the role of probability in modern science. Using the developments in fundamental physics as examples, this book shows how central is the need to deal with uncertainty and incomplete knowledge. It also covers developments in physics, such as superstrings and dark energy, and draws lessons for everyday life.

From Chaos To Cosmos

Author : Osho
ISBN : 8171826652
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From Cosmos To Chaos The Science Of Unpredictability

Author : Peter Coles
ISBN : 0198567626
Genre : Science
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Cosmology has undergone a revolution in recent years. The exciting interplay between astronomy and fundamental physics has led to dramatic revelations, including the existence of the dark matter and the dark energy that appear to dominate our cosmos. But these discoveries only reveal themselves through small effects in noisy experimental data. Dealing with such observations requires the careful application of probability and statistics.But it is not only in the arcane world of fundamental physics that probability theory plays such an important role. It has an impact in many aspects of our everyday life, from the law courts to the lottery.Why then do so few people understand probability? And why do so few people understand why it is so important for science? Why do so many people think that science is about absolute certainty when, at its core, it is actually dominated by uncertainty?This book attempts to explain the basics of probability theory, and illustrate their application across the entire spectrum of science.

Chaos To Cosmos

Author : Susan Niditch
ISBN : UOM:39015010228321
Genre : Religion
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Cosmos Chaos And The World To Come

Author : Norman Cohn
ISBN : 0300090889
Genre : Social Science
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This book investigates the deepest roots and first emergence of an expectation which is still flourishing today. That there will shortly be a marvelous consummation, when good will be finally victorious over evil and for ever reduce it to nullity.

Chaos And Cosmos

Author : Karen Lang
ISBN : 9781501731129
Genre : Art
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Writing in 1940, the prominent German art historian Erwin Panofsky asked, How, then, is it possible to build up art history as a respectable scholarly discipline, if its objects come into being by an irrational and subjective process?" In Chaos and Cosmos, Karen Lang addresses the power of art to resist the pressures of the transcendental vantage point-history. Uncovering the intellectual and cultural richness of the early years of academic art history in Germany—the period from the 1880s to 1940—she explores various attempts within art history to transform aesthetic phenomena—chaos—into the cosmos of a systematic, unified field of inquiry. Lang starts by examining Panofsky's approach to aesthetic phenomena in his early theoretical essays alongside Ernst Cassirer's contemporaneous publications on the substance and function of scientific concepts (and on Einstein's theory of relativity). She then turns to the subject of aesthetic judgment through a rereading of Kantian subjectivity and Kant's uneasy legacy in art history. From here, Lang considers the different organizing theories of symbolic form proposed by Aby Warburg and Cassirer, as well as Goethe's inspiration for both; Alois Riegl's notion of age value and Walter Benjamin's conceptions of the aura; concluding with an extended examination of objectivity and the figure of the art connoisseur. Extensively illustrated with works of art from the Enlightenment to the present day, this venturesome book illuminates an intellectual legacy that has profoundly shaped the study of the history of art in ways that have, until now, been largely unacknowledged. Addressing the interplay of chaos and cosmos in terms of history, art history, philosophy, and epistemology, Lang traces shifts in point of view in art history and the way these shifts change aesthetic objects into historical objects, and even objects of knowledge.

From Chaos To Cosmos

Author : Sidney Greidanus
ISBN : 9781433555008
Genre : Religion
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“I form light and create darkness; I make well-being and create calamity; I am the LORD, who does all these things.” Isaiah 45:7 When God created the world, he brought perfect order out of what was “without form and void.” But with human rebellion against God leading to God’s curse, disorder was introduced into creation—disorder that we still see all around us today. Tracing the chaos to cosmos theme from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22, pastor-scholar Sidney Greidanus reveals how God is restoring his creation through Jesus Christ, who has already begun to shine light into the darkness and will one day return to bring peace, order, and restoration once and for all. With discussion questions at the end of each chapter and a fourteen-session reading plan, this book is ideal for small groups as well as individual study.

Chaos And Cosmos Sampler Part Ii

Author : Jenn Lyons
ISBN : 9781250791542
Genre : Fiction
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Ready for more Chaos and Cosmos? From space pirates to undead dragons, Tor and Publishing are proud to present excerpts of some of 2020’s most wild and wondrous new sci-fi and fantasy. Includes free sample ebook chapters from authors Jenn Lyons, Andrea Hairston, Christopher Paolini, S. L. Huang, Cory Doctorow, and V. E. Schwab. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Cosmos In The Chaos

Author : Stephen Ray Graham
ISBN : 0802808417
Genre : Religion
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This first in-depth treatment of Philip Schaff's analysis of religion in America examines the development of religion in the United States in the nineteenth century through the eyes of that period's foremost church historian.

Ordering Chaos

Author : Bridget K. Balint
ISBN : 9789004174115
Genre : Literary Criticism
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From c. 1100 until c. 1170, Latin prosimetrical texts characterized by dialogue, allegory, and philosophical speculation enjoyed a notable popularity within the cultural ambit of the French cathedral schools. Inspired by Boethiusa (TM) "Consolation of Philosophy," the prosimetrum writers applied his literary techniques to the ethical and anthropological concerns of their own era, producing texts of great artistry in the process. This book investigates the rise of the Boethian impulse in Latin, the innovations of the twelfth-century writers, the difficulties that arose when they attempted to recapture the certainty that characterized the "Consolation," and the survival of aspects of this literary mode in later Latin and vernacular literature.

Cosmos And Chaos

Author : Yair Meshoulam
ISBN : 1910133175
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Essay and artworks by Yair Meshoulam accompanied by articles from friends


Author : Elisabet Sahtouris
ISBN : UOM:39015018856339
Genre : Biology
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The first popularly written explanation of the scientific theory galvanizing both New Age and scientific circles: the GAIA Hypothesis.

The Chaos And Cosmos Of Kurosawa Tokiko

Author : Laura Nenzi
ISBN : 0824839579
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chaos And Cosmos Sampler Part 1

Author : Kit Rocha
ISBN : 9781250786128
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The sky is not the limit. From outer space to a magical alternate New York, Tor and Publishing are proud to present Chaos and Cosmos Sampler, featuring excerpts of some of 2020’s most deliciously chaotic new sci-fi and fantasy. Includes free sample ebook chapters from authors Kit Rocha, Mary Robinette Kowal, Alaya Dawn Johnson, S. A. Hunt, Kate Elliott, and Ryan Van Loan. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Chaos Cosmos And Saint Exup?ry S Pilot Hero

Author : Emeritus Professor John Harris
ISBN : UOM:39015047576452
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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John Harris attempts to address Saint-Exupery's unique qualities with full regard for his evasion of categories. Harris contends that Saint-Exupery is, in fact, naively and perhaps sublimely simple. The apparent complexity in his works results from our own underestimation of his determination to fuse the aesthetic and the moral.

Chaos In The Cosmos

Author : Barry Parker
ISBN : 0738206318
Genre : Science
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From award-winning science writer Barry Parker, the only book to consider chaos theory in all areas of astronomy.

Myth Chaos And Certainty

Author : Rosolino Buccheri
ISBN : 9814877336
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This book offers a study of the three evolutions in a circle (cosmos, life and knowledge) with the aim of discussing the human social behavior, a metaphor of the general behavior of nature (from which man derives) within the fluctuating equilibrium between the opposite tendencies to cohesion and shredding; a circularity revealing an indefinite and probably never conclusive run-up of human beings to the knowledge of nature; an analysis that demonstrates any theoretical/practical impossibility to formulate absolute certainties, since it depicts a situation in which man finds himself hovering between a rational way of living and the contradictory modus operandi of mythos. All that, within a society where the powerful communication and transportation technologies give rise to conflicts and fragmentations, where anyone's will to self-distinguishing is enhanced by highlighting any small difference and obscuring any large similarity.

Ions In Water And Biophysical Implications

Author : Yizhak Marcus
ISBN : 9789400746473
Genre : Science
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Over the past decade, numerous books have attempted to explain ions in aqueous solutions in relation to biophysical phenomena. Ions in Water and Biophysical Implications, from Chaos to Cosmos offers a physicochemical point of view of the spread of this matter and suggests innovative solutions that will challenge the biophysics research establishment. Starting with a throughout discussion of the properties of liquid water, in particular as a structured liquid with an extensive hydrogen bonded structure, the book examines water as a solvent for gases, non-electrolytes, and electrolytes and reviews the properties, sizes and thermodynamics of isolated and aqueous ions, as well as their interactions, including those of polyelectrolytes. The effects of ions on water structure, including those on solvent dynamics and certain thermodynamic quantities, are presented. This volume investigates water surfaces with its vapour, with another liquid, and with a solid, as well as the effects of solutes, including simple ions and the water-miscible non-electrolytes. Surfaces are relevant to biomolecular and colloidal systems and the book discusses briefly surfactants, micelles and vesicles. Finally, the book concludes with a review of the various biophysical implications involving chaotropic and kosmotropic ions in homogeneous solutions and the Hofmeister series for ions concerning biomolecular and colloidal systems and some aspects of protein hydration and K+/Na+ selectivity in ion channels. Ions in Water and Biophysical Implications, from Chaos to Cosmos will appeal to physical chemists, biophysicists, biochemists, as well as to all students and researchers involved in the study of aqueous solutions.

From Chaos To Clarity

Author : Anna-Alexandra Fodde-Reguer
ISBN : OCLC:723903530
Genre : Cosmology, Chinese
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Chaos And Cosmos

Author : Heidi C. M. Scott
ISBN : 9780271065366
Genre : Science
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In Chaos and Cosmos, Heidi Scott integrates literary readings with contemporary ecological methods to investigate two essential and contrasting paradigms of nature that scientific ecology continues to debate: chaos and balance. Ecological literature of the Romantic and Victorian eras uses environmental chaos and the figure of the balanced microcosm as tropes essential to understanding natural patterns, and these eras were the first to reflect upon the ecological degradations of the Industrial Revolution. Chaos and Cosmos contends that the seed of imagination that would enable a scientist to study a lake as a microcosmic world at the formal, empirical level was sown by Romantic and Victorian poets who consciously drew a sphere around their perceptions in order to make sense of spots of time and place amid the globalizing modern world. This study’s interest goes beyond likening literary tropes to scientific aesthetics; it aims to theorize the interdisciplinary history of the concepts that underlie our scientific understanding of modern nature. Paradigmatic ecological ideas such as ecosystems, succession dynamics, punctuated equilibrium, and climate change are shown to have a literary foundation that preceded their status as theories in science. This book represents an elevation of the prospects of ecocriticism toward fully developed interdisciplinary potentials of literary ecology.

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