Mathematical models of the world

@article{Berlinski2004MathematicalMO,
  title={Mathematical models of the world},
  author={David Berlinski},
  journal={Synthese},
  year={2004},
  volume={31},
  pages={211-227}
}
Classical physics owes much to the theory of ordinary differential equations and systems of such equations figure conspicuously in mathematical economics too. But in political science and sociology there has been resistance to a recasting of theoretical dynamical principles in differential form, no doubt because neither discipline has anything very much like a body of theoretical principles to begin with. There is Richardson's work, of course, and recently some social scientists have turned to… Expand
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