Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment

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Long-run interactions between the economy and the natural environment are studied from all points of view. First, the aims of this overview are illustrated in Part I. Part II then explores and develops the concept of evolution, in particular distinguishing between evolution which does not involve the emergence of novelty, and evolution where novelty does occur. In Part III three types of time irreversibility are developed, and these concepts are used to show how time has been treated in the natural sciences, also typifying ...

Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment 1994, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540580447

2nd Softcover Reprint of the Origi edition

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