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Cinta de moebio

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MALDONADO, Carlos Eduardo. The human complexity consists of a weave of various time-scales. Cinta moebio [online]. 2022, n.73, pp.14-23. ISSN 0717-554X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/s0717-554x2022000100014.

This paper claims that human complexity is directly proportional to considering and studying various times, all of which have a common ground in biology. The claim brought out entails a twofold argument. One says that complexity in general is time, which means straightforwardly that time is not a sheer variable. The second argument argues about the need for and importance of an epistemology of time. The latter argument emerges a second claim vis-à-vis the main one. At the end two clear cut conclusions are drawn, thus: a) the material ground for science is nowadays not physics any more but biology; however, biology and culture make a solid unity, something that is made evident thanks to epigenetics; b) human actions can be explained by virtue of different times prior to a second, all of which are projected onto larger and more dense time scales. The human and social sciences can benefit enormously from such a depicted frame.

Palabras clave : time; temporality; epistemology; complexity.

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