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    Freelance Philosopher for a new Philosophy
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Posted 02-11-2014 at 03:51 PM by murongqingcao Comments 1
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[SIZE=3]While nonlinear dynamics might signify many meanings, formost people it is first a very mathematical term because it is indeedestablished upon the mathematical complexity of nature. However, while peopleare eager to explore advanced mathematical techniques or the potential ofsuper-computers to solve complicated nonlinear economic problems, most seem tohave ignored a basic fact that mathematics needs abstracted parameters orvariables, which indeed a more philosophical...

Posted 02-11-2014 at 03:42 PM by murongqingcao Comments 0
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Democratic political framework and market economy have been deemed as the core of a capitalist system, while fairness is the cornerstone for both democratic politics and market economy. Democracy stands against the dictatorship of very few over the majority and demands the reflection of the voices and interests of the majority on important issues including election of leaders of the community; accordingly, fairness would be the fundamental principle for democracy since fairness is the utmost concern...
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