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Conrad M. (2000) Closure and anticlosure in the realm of quantum gravity: Why evolution needs no origin. In: Chandler J. & Van de Vijver G. (eds.) Closure: Emergent organizations and their dynamics. New York Academy of Sciences, New York: 244–256.
Dynamic systems with suitable nonlinearities yield self-organizing behavior. The evolution continues until the relationship among the components becomes self-consistent; that is, until it reaches closure. Disruptions of closure that allow for continued change are also characteristic of biological evolution. Are the requisite nonlinearities add-ons that give an essentially linear world the appearance of circularity, or do they have their origin in the underlying physics of the universe? The picture developed here fits to the latter view.
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