Basic Concepts: Inferiomorphism – when agents impose themselves to the superagent

Don’t worry, if you have never heard the word inferiomorphism. Inferiomorphism is a combination of inferior (belonging to a lower level) and morphism (looking for a mapping between two objects from different categories). I have coined the term inferiomorphism by myself to emphasize on one of the greatest mistakes we’ve ever made. When I was talking about the practical definition […]

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Description vs. Prediction: Predictive Theories and Descriptive Stories

Besides all formal, scientific, epistemological, definitions of science and scientific theories, there’s a simple clear understanding of the science in our mind. Something we have learned in school and experienced later in our daily life. Scientists observe the world. Develop theories based on their observations. Validate their theories using existing data and finally, use these theories to predict the future. […]

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Basic Concepts: Definition of Randomness

When we talked about predictability and living things, I have noted that we need a more precise definition of randomness before diving into the details of complex living systems. The concept of randomness seems obvious at first glance. Random and Randomness are so popular in our daily talks which we never think about their exact definition. Let me start with a simple […]

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