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Paul Grobstein's picture

chemistry, psychology, the brain, and education

Is there actually a "psychology" of chemical reactions? Or is it instead the case that some interactive phenomena exist at many levels of organization with some additional phenomena appearing at higher levels of organization? Maybe we could avoid the "homocentric" or "speciest" perspective by paying more attention to the latter possibillity? See From Complexity to Emergence and Beyond and Emergent Pedagogy.


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