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Cause and affect: intentionality as first mover?

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

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Cause and Affect: Intentionality as First Mover?

Doug Blank
  3 December 2009


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The Baldwin Effect: Intentionality in Biological Evolution?

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

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Organic Evolution (aka the "Baldwin Effect"): Intentionality in Evolution?

Greg Davis
  19 November 2009


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The Classification Problem: Implications for Intentionality

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

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The Classification Problem: Implications for Intentionality

Wil Franklin
5 November 2009

(to be continued 12 November)

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Evolving Systems: World Wide Conversation

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

Evolving Systems: World Wide Conversation

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Introduction to Evolving Systems: Beyond Emergence to Agency

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

Evolving Systems:
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Introduction to Evolving Systems: Beyond Emergence to Agency

Paul Grobstein
8 October 2009


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Evolving Systems: Open Conversations Home Page

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

Evolving Systems:
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Evolving Systems: Home Page

The Emergence of Form, Meaning, and Aesthetics

The Evolving Systems project is an exploration of  the idea that form, meaning, and esthetics are interdependent emergent characteristics of an ongoing evolutionary process originally lacking any plan, intention, of purpose.  And of the implications of such an idea for both intellectual and practical life. 

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