The Principle of Stability within the Pantheon of Mother Ideas
This book explores the main concepts that provide the basis for the creation and development of scientific knowledge. These concepts are called ‘mother ideas’. It also highlights the driving presence of stability in the accomplishment of all natural events, and details the creation and evolutionary mechanisms and phenomena that follow, both individually and collectively.
As the book shows, primary observations serve to describe various ways in which natural objects behave generally. Its initial analysis of complex mechanisms leads to the phenomenon of consciousness being introduced. Elementary notions such as the “me”, affects, beauty and art are then redefined and detailed. The book ends with a brief comparison between the implications for knowledge and the action and use of the Darwinian and stability principles.
A mathematician by training, Claude P. Bruter has also carried out his academic work in various fields, including science, and has served as a member of various boards. At the end of his career, he was a Professor of Mathematics at Université Paris 12 and the founder and President of the European Society for Mathematics and the Arts. He has published over 200 articles and a dozen books, including Topologie et Perception (three volumes), Sur la Nature des Mathématiques, Comprendre les Mathématiques, and La Construction des Nombres, Les Architectures du Feu. He has also edited several books, including four on Mathematics and Art.
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