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in the International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems. Do not violate copyright: Do not publish or put on a website. 10:42 PM 02/13/02. A Strictly Dynamic Notational Language For Science

By C. A. Hilgartner

Abstract

By unawarely projecting the noun-verb form of the grammar common to the western Indo-European (WIE) languages as ‘the structure of the universe’, WIE scientists have not only prevented themselves from developing adequate theories, they have also failed to provide a basis for reliably predicting the effects of their own work. In this paper, I demonstrate both a few of the problems intrinsic to WIE mathematics, sciences, etc., and a notation of known structure which can guide us to more rigorous and accurate scientific constructs

Topics: assumptions, epistemology, language, non-identity, self-referential systems
Year: 2013
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