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In spite of the tremendous progress in recent decades of biological science, many aspects of the behaviour of organisms in general and of humans in particular remain still somewhat obscure. A new approach towards the study of the behaviour of man was presented by Heisenberg when he emphasized that a Cartesian view of nature as an object "out there" is an… (More)
The hypothesis considers organisms' ambivalence towards physical forces as a crucial point of difference between living and non-living objects:-while the latter are fully dependent on physical forces, the essential characteristics of organisms displayed in the course of their interactions manifest their relative independence of the forces that postulate the… (More)
The hypothesis concerns the nature of the biological information signal. It is envisaged as a unit existing in two different states -- dipole and monopole according to its location in the three-dimensional space, respectively in the 4th dimension. The reversible transformation dipole-monopole which marks the crucial phase of the information process in… (More)