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How Far Can We Go Through Social System?

By Hokky Situngkir

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The paper elaborates an endeavor on applying the algorithmic information-theoretic computational complexity to meta-social-sciences. It is motivated by the effort on seeking the impact of the well-known incompleteness theorem to the scientific methodology approaching social phenomena. The paper uses the binary string as the model of social phenomena to gain understanding on some problems faced in the philosophy of social sciences or some traps in sociological theories. The paper ends on showing the great opportunity in recent social researches and some boundaries that limit them

Topics: Language, Semantics, Psycoloquy, Complexity Theory, Psychophysics, Psycholinguistics, Philosophy of Mind, Logic, Behavioral & Brain Sciences, Social Psychology, Philosophy of Language, Cognitive Psychology, Artificial Intelligence, Epistemology
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:3850
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