Notes on the Limits to Knowledge: Explored with a Darwinian Logic|
Marchetti, C., 1996
Complexity, 3, 22-35
This essay explores the effects of applying Darwinian logic to the millenarian problem of limits to knowledge. Darwinian logic has solved or clarified many otherwise intractable problems in biology and sociobiology and might provide a solution here. Although unable to define the limits of the "knowable," the essay aims to set the problem in clearer terms than before. "A well-posed problem is a half-solved problem," according to an old dictum.
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