Jan 25, 2023-- "Every living system occasionally encounters points of instability, at which some of its structures break down and new structures, or new forms of behavior, emerge. The spontaneous emergence of order -- of new structures and new forms of behavior--is one of the hallmarks of life. This phenomenon, often simply called emergence, has been recognized as the basis of development, learning, and evolution. In other words, creativity the generation of forms that are constantly new is a key property of all living systems. Life constantly reaches out into novelty." Fritjof Capra shares more. (948 reads)
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Henry David Thoreau
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