Ontologies: On the Concepts of: Possibility, Possible, 'Acaso', Aleatorial and Chaos
25 Pages Posted: 9 Sep 2009
Date Written: September 7, 2009
In addressing the interdisciplinary field that is growing at the intersection between chaos theory and risk science it becomes necessary to reconsider the notion of chaos in its linkages with the notions of possible, possibility, “acaso” and aleatorial.
Aiming at such an interdisciplinary effectiveness, the present article addresses the notions of possible, possibility, “acaso”, aleatorial and chaos in terms of their respective constituent and constitutive systemic topoi, from the formative ontological systemic dynamics, structurally dependent upon the initial conditions of the respective systems and cognitively computed/processed by these same systems, from the perception and recognition of themselves, as individuated resonating rotative positions, in the inter-systemic web of survival.
The (inter)systemic risk is, then, addressed in connection with the chaos in the deterministic systems. An example of Malcolm effects and synchronized risk being researched upon for a two-dimensional nonlinear map that produces multifractal chaos. This allows for the signaling of conceptual linkages that occur at the intersection of chaos theory and risk science, between homeostatic mechanisms, synchronization and chaos.
Keywords: Possibility, possible, “acaso”, aleatorial, stochastic, clinamen, chaos, Malcolm effect, multifractal chaos, synchronization, risk, risk science, multifractal self-organized criticality
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