The self-evolving cosmos a phenomenological approach to nature's unity-in-diversity /

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Main Author: Rosen, Steven M.
Corporate Author: ProQuest (Firm)
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: New Jersey : World Scientific, c2008.
Series:K & E series on knots and everything ; v. 18.
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Online Access:Available via ProQuest Ebook Central
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Individuation and the quest for unity
  • The obstacle to unification in modern physics
  • Does contemporary mathematical physics actually
  • Depart from the classical formulation
  • Apparent concretization of mathematical physics via symmetry breaking
  • The implicit attempt to maintain the classical formula and its ultimate failure
  • The phenomenological challenge to the classical formula
  • Topological phenomenology
  • Phenomenological intuition, topology, and the klein bottle
  • The physical significance of the Klein bottle
  • Spin
  • Vorticity
  • The dimensional family of topological spinors
  • Generalization of intuitive topology
  • Topodimensional spin matrix
  • Basic principles of dimensional transformation
  • Synsymmetry and the self-transformation of space
  • From symmetry breaking to dimensional generation
  • The three basic stages of dimensional generation
  • Kleinian topogeny
  • Waves carrying waves: the co-evolution of lifeworlds
  • The forces of nature
  • The phenomenon of light
  • Phenomenological Kaluza-Klein theory
  • Summary comparison of conventional and topo-phenomenological approaches to kaluza-klein theory
  • Cosmogony, symmetry, and phenomenological intuition
  • Conventional view of the evolving cosmos
  • The problem of symmetry
  • A new kind of clarity
  • The self-evolving cosmos
  • Introduction to the cosmogonic matrix
  • Overview of cosmic evolution
  • The role of the fermions in dimensional generation
  • Projective stages of cosmogony : dimensional divergence
  • Stage 1
  • Stage 2
  • Stages 3 and 4
  • Proprioceptive stages of cosmogony : dimensional convergence
  • Conclusion: Wider horizons of cosmic evolution
  • The psychophysics of cosmogony
  • Psychical aspects of the fundamental particles
  • Toward a reflexive physics
  • Concretization of the self-evolving cosmos.