Can “Intrinsic Randomness” Afford Divine Openness?

In his book A New Kind of Science, Stephen Wolfram describes what he calls “intrinsically-generated randomness” (pp. 315-326), and contrasts it with other sources of randomness, namely initial conditions and environmental effects. Could this idea, that randomness may be effectively generated via the simple computational rules governing the behavior of a system, offer anything new . . . → Read More: Can “Intrinsic Randomness” Afford Divine Openness?

 

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