Title: The Origins of Order
Publisher: Oxford University Press ,New York, pages: 709
Comments: Argues that blind random variation and selection are not enough for evolution of highly ordered species, and suggests that selection and variation work on top of some sort of inherent self-organisation. Complexity is characterised as the number of conflicting constraint in his formal models.
Keywords: SCIENCE, BIOLOGY, EVOLUTION, SELF-ORGANIZING,
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