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|Title||Differentiated limits for knowability|
Department of Psychology
|Full-text||Available as PDF|
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|Publication/Series||Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research|
|Publisher||Copenhagen University, Denmark; Lund University, Sweden|
|Abstract English||The article is based on the string-hypothesis, which has important scientific consequences. Science has meant to associate the notion of number with the strict operation of counting. However, recent account of string-theoretical approaches is sharply distinguishing ”number” from ”magnitude”. In studying ”spinning” strings in the context of language, it is shown that rotation is a valid concept. For the description of rotating strings, super strings and super symmetries, fitness values are produced during the generation of corresponding energy landscapes. Their signifycance has been founded on the hypothesis that distance is a function of rotational acceleration and that spinors have the capacity to carry rotating string composites of varying complexity. Finally, it has been made evident that the phase transition of a string from its virtual to its material state results in a super-fluid solid, which means that dissipation-less flows of kinetic energy is decreasing the symmetry of a string. Since spinors are controlling the flow, breaking the symmetry of a string allow for the establishment of dimensional asymmetries. As a result, the asymmetry of the dimensions of intention and orientation has been determined and their componential disparity has been made manifest in the global singularities of the underlying fitness landscapes.|
|Keywords||magnitudes, String-hypothesis, thermodynamic limits, string-rotation, grapheme-production, asymmetry of Intention and Orientation, fitness landscapes, search for novelties, global singularities|
|Project||Human Resources in Work Life|
Danish Research Councils
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