‘Creative Partnership’ as a Type of Reflection and Prospect on Our Humankind: Qvo Vadis Homine 2050? (How Interdisciplinary & Intercultural Science-Praxis Relation Matter on Contemporary World within the Systemic Thinking?)
University of Aberdeen, School of Language and Literature, Centre for Modern Thought, October 2013
167 Pages Posted: 13 Oct 2013
Date Written: October 10, 2013
This study/presentation is centred on the “Four open problems respectfully addressed to the Centre for Modern Thought”: I. If there are certain items that the presented “retro-prospective conjecture-matrix” is a valid pattern within the contemporary risks and uncertainty on the contexts related to the four embedded (specifically Neolithic cultural) cases, then would a type of a (revised and generalised) “retro-prospective matrix” be taken as “a Humankind evolution pattern”? Which are the paradoxes involved and the procedural limits? II. Could the theoretic research and critical praxis analysis on “Information/Knowledge Economy/Society” stand as a suitable in ovo “bridge” over the contemporary gap(s) between Humanities (including Language Studies, Linguistics) and Mathematics, Systems Theory, Cybernetics, Biology? Could a dual benefit between an enlarged openness over these contemporary gap(s) exist? III. Could the “Creative Partnership/Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity” interdisciplinary approaches stand as a proper [not so diffuse and not too complex] “turning point” over the contemporary gap(s) between the contemporary Humanities and the contemporary Mathematics, Systems Theory, Cybernetics, Biology? IV. Could the subtle approaches - beyond probabilistic/statistic and fuzzy approaches - related to the life and works of the personalities: Andrew Cant, Robert Hamilton, William Alexander Hunter to be taken as an innovative start-up driven methodology to analyse onto the risky and uncertain contexts related to human life and thought? Which are the related methodological paradoxes involved and the procedural limits?
These four open problems were presented on October 10, 2013, to the Centre for Modern Thought, by Professor Nicolae Bulz, in front of a audience which was comprised Professor Christopher Fynsk (the organiser of the event), and Reverend Richard E Kilgour (as an invited quest - invited by the author). The author thanks to all the participants, for their active presence and the questions and comments dealt - a source for a near revision of the entire text to be read by the SSRN e-readers.
The keywords are: Humanities and General Systems Theory,Richard Mattessich, Karl Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Subtle Corpus/subtleness - probability - fuzziness, Gödel - completeness/consistency, person's fragility/subtle positioning human-machine - and Information/Knowledge Economy/Society/Martin Heidegger, Science-Praxis Relation to Systemic Thinking, a Cybernetics of the Operative Actions, Interdisciplinarity/inter/trans/co/cross-disciplinarity, Solomon Marcus, An invariant (?) pattern: Humankind evolution frame/Creative Partnership/Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity, Aberdonian personalities: Andrew Cant/Robert Hamilton/William Alexander Hunter.
Keywords: Humanities and General Systems Theory, Richard Mattessich, Karl Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Subtle Corpus, subtleness, probability, fuzziness, Gödel, completeness, consistency, person's fragility
JEL Classification: A19, A29, B311, C59, C89, C99, D29, D59, D57, D79, D81, D83, D89, D99, I19, I29, I39, J2, J29, L39
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