Fundamental structure of general systems and its relation to knowability of the physical world
Gives the constructions of a general system on its object set and on its set of fundamental objects. Discusses some methodological implications of the constructions. Lists several examples to show that human sense organs are limited in the comprehension of the surrounding nature.
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