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Mathematics and the Biological Phenomena
"... The first part of this paper highlights some key aspects of the differences in the use of mathematical tools in physics and in biology. Scientific knowledge is viewed as a network of interactions, more than as a hierachically organized structure where mathematics would display the essence of phenome ..."
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The first part of this paper highlights some key aspects of the differences in the use of mathematical tools in physics and in biology. Scientific knowledge is viewed as a network of interactions, more than as a hierachically organized structure where mathematics would display the essence of phenomena. The concept of "unity" in the biological phenomenon is then discussed. In the second part, a foundational issue in mathematics is revisited, following recent perspectives in the physiology of action. The relevance of the historical formation of mathematical concepts is also emphasized. Part I: Reflections on Mathematics in Biology Introduction: hierarchies of disciplines. When hearing biologists about working methods in their discipline, one may often appreciate traces of the emotions of a scientific experience of great 1 In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Foundations in Mathematics and Biology: Problems, Prospects, Interactions, Invited lecture, Pontifical Lateran Univer...
The reasonable effectiveness of Mathematics and its Cognitive roots
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"... this paper, Mathematics is viewed as a "three dimensional manifold" grounded on logic, formalisms and invariants of space; we will appreciate by 1 ..."
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