4 edition of synergism hypothesis found in the catalog.
Peter A. Corning
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peter A. Corning.|
|LC Classifications||JC336 .C85 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 492 p. :|
|Number of Pages||492|
|ISBN 10||007013166X, 0070131724|
|LC Control Number||82004643|
Hence, in the most readily implemented approach, the correct statistical analysis of a question of synergism is based on testing the interaction effect in a two-way ANOVA. This review presents the rationale for this correct approach to analysing data when the question is of synergism, and applies this approach to a recent published by: Synergism is the [erroneous] doctrine that there are two efficient agents in regeneration, namely the human will and the divine Spirit, which, in the strict sense of the term, cooperate. This theory accordingly holds that the soul has not lost in the fall all inclination toward holiness, nor all power to seek for it under the influence of ordinary motives To put it simply, synergism is the.
3. The Synergism Hypothesis: On the Concept of Synergy and Its Role in the Evolution of Complex Systems 4. Synergy versus Self-Organization in the Evolution of Complex Systems 5. The Re-Emergence of Emergence: A Venerable Concept in Search of a Theory 6. Synergy, Cybernetics, and the Evolution of Politics 7. The 'Synergism Hypothesis' asserts that synergy is more than a class of The 'Synergism Hypothesis' asserts that synergy is more than a class of interesting and ubiquitous effects. It has also been a major causal agency in evolution; it represents a unifying explanation for biological complexity and represents a different perspective on the 4/5(4).
S. Stoney Simons Jr., in Vitamins & Hormones, 2 Synergism. Synergism among the steroid receptors has been defined as a response to saturating concentrations of steroids from two or more elements that is greater than the arithmetic sum of the responses from the individual elements. The synergism of steroid receptors with themselves or with other trans-acting factors at saturating. 3. The Synergism Hypothesis: On the Concept of Synergy and Its Role in the Evolution of Complex Systems 4. Synergy versus Self-Organization in the Evolution of Complex Systems 5. The Re-Emergence of Emergence: A Venerable Concept in Search of a Theory 6. Synergy, Cybernetics, and the Evolution of Politics : $
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The Synergism Hypothesis book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. The Synergism Hypothesis: A Theory of Synergism hypothesis book Evolution Paperback – October 1, by Peter A. Corning (Author)Cited by: The synergism hypothesis: a theory of progressive evolution Hardcover – January 1, by Peter A.
CORNING (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all 6 formats Cited by: The Synergism Hypothesis spans a vast intellectual and scientific territory and speaks to the central concerns of evolutionary biology, sociobiology, anthropology, psychology, economics, sociology, and political science.
It is an extraordinary contribution, which should influence all future discussions of why we behave the way we do. He has come to envision the process of evolution as a progression toward greater and greater complexity powered by a ""functional synergism""--meaning the selective advantages (survival, reproduction) that accrue from a combination of variables operating together.
The Synergism Hypothesis by Peter A. Corning,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). However, the theory proposed in my book, The Synergism Hypothesis: A Theory of Progressive Evo-lution, has had a more complex journey, and herein lies a bit of intellectual history and some lessons about the culture and politics of science.
The original dust jacket blurb for The Synergism Hypothesis, written by my editor at McGraw-Hill. So too with Peter Corning, whose book, The Synergism Hypothesis, is intended to function somewhat like Spencer's First Principles.
It lays down a broad general thesis, is expected to intro-duce a series of more detailed treatises yet to come, and provides a sketch of what is conceived of as a whole new cosmology. With such grand ambitions. However, the theory proposed in my book, The Synergism Hypothesis: A Theory of Progressive Evolution, has had a more complex journey, and herein lies a bit of intellectual history and some lessons about the culture and politics of by: the synergism hypothesis In The Synergism Hypothesis (Corning ), it was proposed that synergistic phenomena of various kinds have played a key causal role in the evolution of cooperation generally and the evolution of complex systems in particular; it was argued that a common functional principle has been associated with the various steps.
‹ See all details for The Synergism Hypothesis: A Theory of Progressive Evolution There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime/5(3). However, the theory proposed in my book, The Synergism Hypothesis: A Theory of Progressive Evolution, has had a more complex journey, and herein lies a bit of intellectual history and some lessons about the culture and politics of science.
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The synergism hypothesis: a theory of progressive evolution. This book represents a major theoretical synthesis between the life sciences and the social sciences. Well known for his Synergism Hypothesis—a theory of complexity in evolution that assigns a key causal role to various forms of functional synergy—Corning puts this theory into a much broader framework in Holistic Darwinism, addressing many of the issues and concepts associated with Cited by: Over the past decade or so there has been a growing appreciation for the role of synergy in the natural world.
Some explicit applications of the synergy concept include Kondrashov’s (, ) hypothesis regarding the basis of sexual reproduction, which relies on. ARTICLES he Synergism Hypothesis On the Concept of Synergy and its Role in the Evolution of Complex Systems Peter A. Coming ABSTRACT Synergy-here defined broadly as the combined (interdependent) effects produced by two or more parts, elements or individuals-is a ubiquitous phenomenon in nature and human societies by: Get this from a library.
The synergism hypothesis: a theory of progressive evolution. [Peter A Corning]. The Synergism Hypothesis, originally proposed inaddresses the evolution of cooperative phenomena in nature and why there has been a secular trend over time toward increased complexity in.
the synergy hypothesis is supported by much of the empirical literature, while some supports are found for the managerial self-interest hypothesis and hubris example, Goergen and Page 4 of 22 Renneboog (), in their analysis of the short-term wealth effects of large intra-European takeover.
Synergism. Synergism produces a greater-than-additive response for a group of chemicals, which may result if one chemical enhances the toxicity of another possibly through the inhibition of detoxification mechanisms. According to the synergism hypothesis, This book presents predator-prey synergism as a novel perspective in ecology, in.The so-called “synergism hypothesis” is here briefly described, and the accumulating evidence in support of this theory is summarized.
Some methods for Cited by: Well known for his Synergism Hypothesis—a theory of complexity in evolution that assigns a key causal role to various forms of functional synergy—Corning puts this theory into a much broader framework in Holistic Darwinism, addressing many of the issues and concepts associated with the evolution of complex systems.
Corning's paradigm 3/5(1).