publication . Article . 2009

An essay on Darwin's theory and Bergson's creative evolution in the era of NeuroQuantology

Başar, E.; Bahar Güntekin;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
  • Country: Turkey
Abstract
Charles Darwins's evolution theory was surveyed and analyzed by Henri Bergson in his book "Evolution Creatrice" (1907). Bergson described the importance of "intuition" and "cognitive processes" during evolution. The present essay describes the importance of entropy changes during evolution of species and development of cognition and intuition. The importance of Bergson's philosophy in modern sciences is globally explained.
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free text keywords: Darwin, Bergson, Evolution, Neuroquantology, Intuition, Entropy, Gill-Withdrawal Reflex, Brain, Aplysia, Oscillations, Habituation, Potentials, Coherence, System, Rhythm, View, Evrim, Sezgi, Entropi, Solungaç-Geri Çekilme Refleksi, Beyin, Salınımlar, Alışma, Potansiyeller, Uyum, Ritim, Görünüm, Sistem
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publication . Article . 2009

An essay on Darwin's theory and Bergson's creative evolution in the era of NeuroQuantology

Başar, E.; Bahar Güntekin;