Network thinking radical change for science

Science and common sense are very similar, they are based on human experience and drawn, but very different ways of thinking. Most of the explanation is too simple for common sense, so that people are more inclined to believe that there is more uncertainty complex scientific argument.

For example examples appear in the textbooks mathematician and astronomer Nicholas Copernicus (1473-1543) of. For centuries, the accurate prediction of major planets night haunt for people who where not an easy task. Ironically, the reason why it takes so complex prediction is calculated from the heart because people accept that the earth is stationary in the center of the universe, the sun, moon and other planets revolve around the false sense of our revolution.

Not only are we no longer the center of the universe, the 19th century Darwinian challenge what we think he is the master of life on Earth conclusion. Darwin argued that all organisms on Earth evolved through natural selection into today’s appearance, many people still can not accept his point of view.

Network thinking radical change for science
Network thinking radical change for science
Compared with the cognitive revolution triggered by Copernicus and Darwin on, some worry that seemingly innocuous today, we seem to be insignificant. Internet privacy issues such as neutrality and Facebook. But in fact, these two issues is ongoing cognitive revolution signal.

Modern psychology, sociology studies, anthropology and neuroscience suggests that humans are not independent of individual organisms. This Enlightenment advocated self-centered argument opposite. In fact, we work with a network of social and emotional relationships of others for our individual characteristics play a far-reaching and crucial role.

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