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Straddling between determinism and randomness: Chaos theory vis-a-vis Leibniz.

@article{Famourzadeh2019StraddlingBD,
  title={Straddling between determinism and randomness: Chaos theory vis-a-vis Leibniz.},
  author={Vedad Famourzadeh and Maysam Sefidkhosh},
  journal={arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics},
  year={2019}
}
The problematic relationship between science and philosophy has, since the beginning of modernity, divided the world into two separate domains: nature and human. Some of today's schools of philosophy and epistemological inquiry have maintained a radical separation to the point where they refuse to maintain any commonality within the two. We argue that such a dichotomy will not only destroy the idea of the unity of knowledge from a theoretical perspective but, it will destroy a unified… Expand

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