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Physics of complex systems: Discovery in the age of Goedel

  title={Physics of complex systems: Discovery in the age of Goedel},
  author={Dragutin T. Mihailovic and Darko V. Kapor and Sinisa Crvenkovic and Anja Mihailovic},
From the perspective of the physics of complex systems (1) we deal with the current state of modern physics including the crisis in physics demonstrated through its epistemological, psychological, economical as well as the social context; (2) considering the strength of the Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems we point out the following open questions in physics: (i) the limits of the precision of certainty, (ii) the limits of making decisions on information and (iii) the limitations of reasoning… 


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