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Natural Cybernetics of Time, or about the Half of any Whole

EasyChair Preprint no. 5098

55 pagesDate: March 4, 2021


Norbert Wiener’s idea of “cybernetics” is linked to temporality as in a physical as in a philosophical sense. “Time orders” can be the slogan of that natural cybernetics of time: time orders by itself in its “screen” in virtue of being a well-ordering valid until the present moment and dividing any totality into two parts: the well-ordered of the past and the yet unordered of the future therefore sharing the common boundary of the present between them when the ordering is taking place by choices. Thus, the quantity of information defined by units of choices, whether bits or qubits, describes that process of ordering happening in the present moment. The totality (which can be considered also as a particular or “regional” totality) turns out to be divided into two parts: the internality of the past and the externality of the future by the course of time, but identifiable to each other in virtue of scientific transcendentalism (e.g. mathematical, physical, and historical transcendentalism). A properly mathematical approach to the “totality and time” is introduced by the abstract concept of “evolutionary tree” (i.e. regardless of the specific nature of that to which refers: such as biological evolution, Feynman trajectories, social and historical development, etc.).

Keyphrases: cybernetics, evolutionary tree, Feynman pathway, quantum correlation, quantum holism, quantum information, qubit, the totality, time

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  author = {Vasil Penchev},
  title = {Natural Cybernetics of Time, or about the Half of any Whole},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5098},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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