Fields, networks, creativity and evolution.


Organisms constitute wholes as a result of a network of organizing relations between the parts. In animals, this network has a morphological as well as a psychological aspect, and it regulates morphogenesis as well as behaviour. It is pointed out that closed networks of higher order, that have the characteristics of single organisms (communities of ants… (More)


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@article{Hammen2000FieldsNC, title={Fields, networks, creativity and evolution.}, author={L van der Hammen}, journal={Rivista di biologia}, year={2000}, volume={93 1}, pages={163-7} }