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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Laws of nature".


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1931
Adaptation -
Cortex and learning
Environment and reflexes
Evolution and reflex
Heredity of reflexes
Impulse, nervous effect on synapse
Learning after pain
Pain and learning
Reactions development of reactions
Reactions same as reflex
Stimulus "simple" stimulus
Basic pattern and pain
Geodetic path, postulate of How produced
Impulse, nervous and geodetic path
Intelligence
Laws of nature and intelligence
Space-time and geodetic path
0227 0228
Electron force
Epistemology
Laws of nature empiric and epistemologic
Observable equals relation
Relation only observable
Unobservables
Probability irreversible
Probability only observable
Reversible process and probability
0367 0368

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1947
Psychiatric applications [7]: Drug addiction as instability 2292.
Unsolved problems [5]: Can I demonstrate that after adaptation has been achieved, a process of "roughing it" (mutations) improves the adaptation? 2292.6.
Laws of nature as constraint
Society [9]: Laws as step-functions in society 2293.
Society [14]: Laws in society as step-functions. 2293.
2292 2293

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1950
Constraint and natural law
Laws of nature discovery, and adaptation
Relation economy of
Epistemology [3]: An early review of what is meant by 'knowing' { 2790 - 2801 }
Summary: Discovering a scientific law is like an animal getting one reaction-system adapted to more than one environment. (Summary 2797)
Epistemology [3]: An early review of what is meant by 'knowing' { 2790 - 2801 }
2791 2792

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1955
Summary: There is no "law" to be found in systems much removed from the atomic level. 5142
Laws of nature only near atomic level
Summary: On causality. (Continued over)
Black box, problem of the "cause" and "why"
Cause Rapoport on
Information statistics as reducer
Large system and statistics
Operational principle "why?" and
Statistic as diminisher of information
Why ...? meaning of
5116 5117
Impulse as "starter"
Stimulus as "starter"
History laws of
Laws of nature in history
5140 5141
Summary: "A can predict the behaviour of B" is equivalent to "A is isomorphic with B". 5193
Cause Mach on cause
Protocol constraint in
Constraint science as constraint, Mach on
Laws of nature as constraint
Science as constraint
Quotations [5]: Scientific law as a re-coding: "Science itself, therefore, may be regarded as a minimal problem, consisting of the completest possible presentment of facts with the least possible expenditive of thought [his italics]." Ernest Mach 5187.9.
5186 5187

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1958
Summary: (1) A part, may be rich in stable subsets. (2) Death hits both organism and environment.
Laws of nature that "change themselves"
Operator that changes itself
Transformation that changes itself
5816 5817
Summary: "Isomorphism" as one of many relations that may hold between relations.
Laws of nature of patterns
Pattern (in general) laws of pattern
5922 5923
Laws of nature information in
Newton's law information in
6008 6009

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1960
Summary: What properties of a brain are specialisation to terrestrial life and what are good absolutely? 6404
Constraint discovering
Laws of nature value of discovery
6232 6233

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1967
Entropy fall in state-determined-system
Constraint increase with time
Laws of nature increase with time
Pattern (in general) increase with time
Planet growth of law on
Steady state on planet, and law
Time makes law increase
6772 6773

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