Conceptual Foundations for Multidisciplinary Thinking

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Index
abundance, relation to science, 197
Acton's Dictum, 246
aesthetics, 8
Age of Information, 230
aggregation, may give emergent behavior, 222
agriculture, relation to science, 210, 238
airfoils, 24
Anderson, C. H. Robert, 26, 76, 91
anthropomorphism, as projection, 240
Aoki, Masahiko, 184
Aristotle, 195
auto, operation of and "rules," 40
automobiles, impact of culture on design of, 162
autonomic control, 90
Bacon, Francis, 195
Baconian empiricism, 203, 254
ballistic reactions, defined, 40
barbaric, meaning of, 175
barefoot data, 7, 38
barefoot empiricism, 63
basic pattern, as physical basis of human societies, 174
Bastille, fall of, 95
Beavin, Janet H., 105, 228
behaviorism, 94
Berelson, Bernard, 85
Berger, Peter, 194
bet: for physicists, 301-8; for economists, 308-9
Bill of Rights, 4, 87, 246
bit, defined, 33
Blois, Marsden, 167
Boas, Franz, 83
Bohr, Niels, 124
Bohr Correspondence Principle, 124, 220
Boston Tea Party, 95
bottom-up determinism, 113
Bouchard, Gene, 4, 149
Boulding; Kenneth, 30f
Bower, Gordon, 38
Bradshaw, Peter, 51
Braybrooke, David, 63, 65f
Bridgman, P. W., 123f, 168, 215, 222, 305
Briere, John, 38
Brooks, Harvey, 185
Buckingham, Earl, 123
Burke, Edmund, 247
caloric, 247
Campbell, Joseph, 84
Carnot, Sadi, 211
Carroll, Lewis, 17
Cartesian axiomatization, 203f
Cassirer, Ernst, 176f
Casti, John L., 218, 254
cat and dog metaphor, logic of, 219

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