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Browsing The John N. Warfield Digital Collection by Subject "Aristotle Index"

Browsing The John N. Warfield Digital Collection by Subject "Aristotle Index"

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  • Warfield, John (2007-07-03)
    In this paper, prepared for a presentation at the World Forum, Hotel Palomar, Washington, D. C. July 3-8, 2007, Warfield outlines the history of the Aristotle Index. The Aristotle Index is a measure of complexity that is ...
  • Warfield, John (2001-04)
    In order to measure complexity, the Nominal Group Technique and Interpretive Structural Management (ISM) are used to gather data that will then be calculated. Using the Miller Index, one can measure the extent of the ...
  • Warfield, John (2002)
    The paper was written in response to an invitation from Emesto Grun, of Buenos Aires, Argentina to participate in a Festschrift volume to be published in honor of Charles Francois. In it, Warfield identifies seven ...
  • Warfield, John (2006)
    In this paper Warfield argues that the traditional structure of education, where learning is broken up according to topical area (or discipline), is unsatisfactory. Divisions based on disciplines implicitly embeds the ...
  • Warfield, John (2005-10-29)
    Warfield traces the evolution of "thought about thought," highlighting those thinkers that have been particularly influential to his own work. He discusses ancient philosophers as well as contemporary ones. Special credit ...
  • Warfield, John (1996-12-30)
    In this email message, Warfield discusses Godel's theorem which state "that for any formal language, there will be statements creatable in that language which can never be proved in that language." He then goes on to ...
  • Warfield, John (2002)
    In this lecture given to the International Society for Systems Sciences in 2002, Warfield outlines his theory of the Basic Triad of All Science. Warfield argues that all science has three basic components: the human ...

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