II. Planetary Prodigy: A Sapiensphere Comes to Her/His Own Knowledge
Once again, the working premise for this website is that Anthropo Sapiens altogether, as a major evolutionary emergent transition to a super-organic planetary progeny, ought to and can be seen as achieving her/his own worldwise revolutionary discovery. This expansive Part II will first broach many prior encounters and contemplations in their indigenous, mystic, scriptural, perennial, linguistic and philosophical expressions.
We next survey the historical, nonlinear course and rise of theoretical and experimental scientific studies, one could say from the moon to a multiverse in some 400 years. Another copious chapter seeks to document this cerebral/cognitive shift from individuals (men) and small groups to a bicameral, constantly collaborative Mindkind Sapiensphere. A recent subsection in regard is Deep Neural Network Learning facilities. A further illustrative aspect is a select array of International Conferences.
A. Aboriginal Quest(ion)
Over the past millennia as sapient human beings gained a novel awareness and facility to wonder and learn about their august being and occasion. As readers know, this multi-sensory and media endeavor took many forms, for which this five part section offers a select variety of references and testimonies.
At the outset, Mythic Animism surveys an indigenous, mystic, vista, often by wise women, of an aboriginal immersion in an awesome, numinous living, personified, magical realm. From this milieu arose in independent places a sense of a stratified creation graced by an exemplary iconic principle through which the world can be made comprehensible. An array of eastern and western receptions are noted in The Anthropocosmic Code around a central truth that micro human and macro universe are mirrors to each other as children to parents.
The Renaissance project to read the encompassing cosmos as a found testament of God’s works in accord with God’s given word in reviewed in The Book of Nature. A Rosetta Cosmos natural literacy is next proposed as a conceptual aid to ecumenical rapport. It also cites new findings that self-organizing complexities equally imbue this textual corpora. An eclectic World Philosophy module concludes with an added emphasis on African, Global South appreciations of ubuntu person/community values.
1. Indigenous Intimation: Mythic Animism
For the Maya, the Universe was an exuberant celebration of fractals. Everything repeated itself in an endless variety of forms and sizes and all things were mirror-image transformations of the same underlying life force. Douglas Gillette
Selections from a copious literature about our primal, native, mystic, shamanic, aboriginal dreamtimes whence the human psyche began in wonder and thrall to approach and narrate this fantastic spatial abode and temporal drama. Such indigenous wisdom arose from and communed with a holistic, living, energetic, personified milieu that we are in much need of remembrance and avail today. To employ a 21st century metaphor, for these early seekers this vital, spirited nature was an exemplary edification arising in a manifest way from an independent yet complementary generative source.
Akomolafe, Adebayo. The Trees Still Speak: The Collective Intelligence of the Natural World. Spanda Journal. Volume 2, 2014.
Eglash, Ron and Audrey Bennett. Fractals in Global Africa. Critical Interventions. Issue 9/10, 2012.
Kohn, Eduardo. How Forests Think: Toward an Anthropology Beyond the Human. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013.
Schipper, Mineke, et al. China’s Creation and Origin Myths. Leiden: Brill, 2011.
Witzel, Michael. The Origins of the World’s Mythologies. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
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2. Perennial Wisdome: An Anthropocosmic Code
As noted earlier, by the Rosetta Cosmos theme we gain the ability to translate each iconic version into every another because they reflect the same, genetically iterated, wholly relational, procreation. Fast forward many centuries, it is an intent throughout this worldwise website to show how its latest encounter in terms of generic self-organizing complex network systems can indeed convey a numinous, self-similar genesis. That is to say, the original "correlative cosmology" of Asian acumen reappears in our anthropocene age. Here are various sources as entry points to a persistent, exoteric to esoteric, traditional distillation. From our late moment, one might suggest “wisdome” to convey its eternal essence.
Chittick, William. Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul. Oxford, UK: Oneworld, 2007.
Gordon, Robin. Searching for the Soror Mystica: The Lives and Science of Women Alchemists. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2013.
Haberman, Jacob, ed. The Microcosm of Joseph Ibn Saddiq. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2003.
Jackson, William. Heaven’s Fractal Net. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 2004
Panikkar, Raimon. The Rhythm of Being. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2010.
Sterckx, Roel. Ways of Heaven: An Introduction to Chinese Thought. New York: Basic Books, 2019.
Wang, Robin. Yinyang: The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Weiming, Tu. An “Anthropocosmic” Perspective on Creativity. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2/5, 2010.
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3. The Book of Naturome: A New Translation
This section will consider another way that a 21st century phenomenal knowledge can come intoaccord with and fulfill a familiar, numinous tradition. Two books of revelation have long been said to inform humanity’s religious encounters. One is God’s received word in the Bible, Torah, Koran; the other is God’s works in the evidences of cosmic and Earthly creation. In 1987 Pope John Paul II wrote to George Coyne, SJ, Director of the Vatican Observatory, stating that “the matter is urgent” for a rapprochement between theology and science. In the first lecture set up in response, Danish historian Olaf Pedersen advised that the best means to achieve this would be to recover the venerable concept of Nature as an intended revelation.
Philosophy is written in that great book which ever is before our eyes -- I mean the universe -- but we cannot understand it if we do not first learn the language and grasp the symbols in which it is written. The book is written in mathematical language, and the symbols are triangles, circles and other geometrical figures. famously advised Galileo in 1623.
Such a second testament has deep roots going back to Plato, Aristotle and Augustine. Each creature was a living sign, an exemplary emblem, the worldly environment an edifying guide. The mission to limn a Divine signature and relative scripture motivated Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton, and 16th to 19th century theologians and metaphysicians. But into the later 19th and 20th century as a vicarious evolution became known along with vast galactic spaces, Earth, life and people became contingent accidents of its blind, entropic mechanism. As an academic postmodern despair sunk in, any sense of an incarnate metanarrative was abandoned.
For our Natural Genesis posting, a New Translation phrase has added. A unique reference is Information-Consciousness-Reality by the Swiss physicist James Glattfelder (2019, herein), which is fully online from its Springer page. While an algorithmic future is surmised, it is proposed at length that into the 21st century it would seem that the new nonequilibrium sciences of dynamic network complexities could be a second, worldwide edition by way of these independent generative decipherments.
Ablondi, Fred. Reading Nature’s Book: Galileo and the Birth of Modern Philosophy. New York: Peter Lang, 2016.
Armstrong, Karen. The Lost Art of Scripture. New York, Knopf, 2019.
Dehaene, Stanislas. Reading in the Brain. New York: Viking, 2009
Glattfelder, James. Information-Consciousness-Reality. International: Springer Frontiers, 2019.
Haught, John. Deeper Than Darwin: The Prospect for Religion in the Age of Evolution. Boulder, CO: Westview, 2003.
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein. The Garden of Truth. New York: HarperCollins, 2007.
Sherwin, Byron. Golems Among Us. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2004
Van Schaik, Carel and Kai Michel. The Good Book of Human Nature: An Evolutionary Reading of the Bible. New York: Basic Books, 2016.
Wheeler, Wendy. The Book of Nature. Saul, Nicholas and Simon James, eds. The Evolution of Literature. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011.
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4. World Natural PhiloSophia: An Ubuntu Universe
The venerable pursuit of philosophical inquiry and conjecture has a huge, eclectic literature. This general section will gather global eastern/southern voices and visions beyond western/northern works. It will also note a once and future natural philosophy which was the original name for scientific studies in Isaac Newton’s 17th century. This vista since been set aside, but a 21st century revival is imperative says Freeman Dyson (search) to regain an integral coherence. Thus we purpose a Natural PhiloSophia genre to newly contain both Philip and Sophia within a 2020 holistic bicameral vision.
Another aspect will be the inclusion of a distinctly organic, complementary African wisdom. In this regard, contributions by Molefi Asante, Maulana Karenga, Messay Kebede, Mhlanhla Mkhize, Thomas Odhiambo and others are noted. In addition, please search across the site by way of Keywords: Africa, (Leopold) Senghor, and especially Ubuntu. We add a Ubuntu Universe subtitle because this traditional me + We (eco)village community is an icon of peaceful, sustainable creative unity that peoples everywhere so need today.
2020: For our end/begin moment, a bigender PhiloSophia perspective can reveal a revolutionary familial genesis and a cocreative destiny.
Allott, Philip. Eutopia: New Philosophy and New Law for a Troubled World. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2016.
Bala, Arun, ed.. Asia, Europe, and the Emergence of Modern Science. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Cornell, Drucilla and Nyoko Muvanqua, eds. Ubuntu and the Law: African Ideals. New York: Fordham University Press, 2012.
Diagne, Souleymane Bachir. Postcolonial Bergson. New York: Fordham University Press, 2019.
Elias, Amy and Christian Moraru, eds. The Planetary Turn. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2015.
Ferry, Luc. A Brief History of Thought. New York: Harper Perennial, 2011.
Karenga, Maulana. MAAT: The Moral Ideal in Ancient Egypt: A Study in Classical African Ethics. New York: Routledge, 2004.
Nicholson, Daniel and John Dupre, eds. Everything Flows: Towards a Processual Philosophy of Biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Verlardo, Valerio. Recursive Ontology: A Systemic Theory of Reality. Axiomathes. 26/1, 2016.
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B. Ecosmo Sapiens: The Spiral of Science
In the middle and Renaissance ages a realization slowly dawned that our aware human sapience could learn about an extant world which seems to possess discernible properties that can be investigated, written, codified, and accumulated. Thus an incipient, eclectic scientific project by exploration, theory and experiment began. This endeavor went forth from the 15th to the 20th centuries to collect, name, count, measure, test and arrange an ever wider presence of atomic depth, celestial breadth and contingent evolutionary duration. It was an arduous, fraught chronicle as readers well know. But with each expansion from creature to cosmos, human seekers vanished into insignificance.
This agenda led to consequences quie opposed to the original initiative and promise. As nature was taken apart and reduced piecemeal, the world came to be more like a machine than an organism. A material, mechanical scheme took over devoid of sense or value, mind and spirit removed from matter. A first scientific revolution by way of natural philosophy and theology gave way to a second stage into the 19th century as it split into separate fields and a thousand sub-specialties. By this parcellation the living realm was disassembled, dissected and embalmed.
A reintegration began in the later 20th century when quantum physics and relativity theory began to imagine a seamless, interrelated unity. This conceptual shift is still working itself out and percolates into biological and social realms. For most of its tenure science was concerned with infinitesimal particles and infinite sidereal reaches. By means of networked computers and graphic visualizations, a “third infinity” of an oriented, recurrent, dynamic complexity and consciousness can now be perceived. The section is called The Spiral of Science because our phenomenal homo to anthropo reconstruction proceeds from individual (male) investigators to a collegial, cumulative dialogue and onto a worldwide, interdisciplinary community, noted next in Mindkind.
And in 2020, as science by turns reaches a collective intelligence phase, any cosmic breadth and atomic depth now seems accessible. On the eprint arXiv.org site, which posts some thousand papers each day, one can find, e.g., Primordial Black Holes as Dark Matter (2006.02838), Quantum Critical Spin-Density Waves (2006.05680) and The Quantum Mechanics of Closed Systems like the Universe (2002.07093). So we add Ecosmo Sapiens to the title because our global genius seems to be able to carry out and accomplish an intended, crucial task of universal self-description and observant recognition.
Baaquie, Belal and Frederick Willeboordse. Exploring Integrated Science. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2010.
Borner, Katy. Atlas of Science. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010.
Dong, Yuxiao, et al. A Century of Science. arXiv:1704.05150.
Fortunato, Santo, et al. Science of Science. Science. 359/1007, 2018.
Krenn, Mario and Anton Zeilinger. Predicting Research Trends with Semantic and Neural Networks. arXiv:1906.06843.
Neilsen, Michael. Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of Networked Science. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011.
Orrell, David. Truth or Beauty: Science and the Quest for Order. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012.
Sun, Xiaoling, et al. Social Dynamics of Science. Nature Scientific Reports. 3/1069, 2013.
Zeng, An, et al. The Science of Science: From the Perspective of Complex Systems. Physics Reports. Online November, 2017.
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1. AI: A Survey of Deep Neural Network Learning
This is a new section posted in 2017 to survey and report this “artificial intelligence” or AI turn from a machine computation scheme to new understandings that biological brains as they fluidly form, think, perceive, and gain knowledge can provide a much better model. This revolution parallels and is informed by neuroscience findings of cerebral node/link modularity, net communities, rich hubs, multiplex dynamics of neuron/synapse topologies and emergent cognizance. A prime quality is their self-organized, critically poised, self-corrective, iterative education, and especially their achievement of pattern recognition, as we people do so well. “Deep” means several interactive network layers or phases are in effect, rather than just one level or “shallow” AI.
Another consequence is an increasing use of “artificial” neural net (ANN) techniques to handle vast data inputs from worldwide astronomic, quantum, chemical, genetic and any other research realms. They are also aid studies of life’s organismic physiologies and evolutionary course, along with social media, behavioral, traffic, populace, and economic activities. Bayesian methods of sequentially optimizing probabilities for good enough answers are often used in concert. These citations survey this growing collaborative advance, see e.g. Quantum Codes from Neural Networks (Bausch). They also bode well for another window on the discovery of a natural universality (section IV. B) as brains, genomes, quantum phenomena, creatures, societies, literary corpora, and all else become treatable by the one, same exemplary “-omics” code.
And in accord with our website premise that an emergent cumulative transition is underway to a sapient personsphere, we take license to dub this movement as an Earthificial Intelligence. If scientists and scholars are presently applying neural architectures and capabilities to advance their local and global projects, these endeavors could appear as the evidential guise of a bicameral noosphere. Rather than an invasive technical artifice and/or singularity which might take off by itself, this prodigious progeny could be appreciated as learning and educating on her/his own.
Aggarwal, Charu. Neural Networks and Deep Learning. International: Springer, 2018.
Carleo, Giuseppe, et al. Machine Learning and the Physical Sciences. arXiv:1903.10563.
Goodfellow, Ian, et al, eds. Deep Learning. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2016.
Mathuriya, Amrita, et al. CosmoFlow: Using Deep Learning to Learn the Universe at Scale. arXiv:1808.04728.
Schmidhuber, Jurgen. Deep Learning in Neural Networks: An Overview. Neural Networks. 61/2, 2015
Sejnowski, Terrence. The Deep Learning Revolution. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2018.
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C. Mindkind: An Earthificial Collective, Cumulative Intelligence
With life’s evolution found to be a nested, recurrent sequence of whole entities, (please see Part V and throughout), its next evident, emergent transition of planetary proportions seems much underway. In regard, a metamorphosis to a diverse yet unified super-organic entity, a sapient personsphere, is variously cited. Part VII, B. EarthKinder alludes to metabiological features of anatomy, physiology and complementary cultures. What is of sure interest is the formation of a global cerebral faculty, an actual brain presently learning on its (her/his) own. Since evolution seems to repeat the same pattern at each ascendant stage, this worldwide scale seems once again to be graced by a neural network structure, hierarchical thought processes and cognitive activity.
But an ultimate consequence of achieving its own knowledge has hardly been considered. If the advent of a novel planetary locus of learning and discovery can be admitted and translated, it could gather and integrate the many fragments now at terminal odds. At a time when peoples cannot break free of ancient cycles of violence and carnage, such a common edification by a unified humanity is indispensible. We can cite one salient notice by Thomas Malone, director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (cci.mit.edu). His Superminds (2018) edition, and You Tube presentations do suggest that such a true noosphere composed of people and computers ought achieve its own palliative and creative knowledge and may be the only way we can save ourselves. And we note its “library of ecosmos” published content is the inspiration and reason for our annotated bibliography and anthology format.
We see people, machines and software systems as agents that communicate via complex network links. These agents contribute their own expertise to resolving problems and challenges. Thus the skills of different agents are pooled into a collective intelligence much greater than that of its individual members. This propagation across the global network is a complex process of self-organization. It is similar to the "spreading activation" that characterizes thinking in the human brain. This process will change the network by reinforcing useful links, while weakening less useful ones. So it can be said that the network learns and becomes more intelligent. (Global Brain Institute)
Aerts, Diederik, et al. Towards a Quantum World Wide Web. Theoretical Computer Science. 752/116, 2018.
Chorost, Michael. World Wide Mind. New York: Free Press, 2011.
Engel, David and Thomas Malone. Integrated Information as a Metric for Group Interaction. arXiv:1702.02462.
Falk, Emily and Danielle Bassett. Brain and Social Networks. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 21/9, 2017.
Heylighen, Francis and Marta Lenartowicz. The Global Brain as a Model of the Future Information Society. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 114/1, 2017.
Hillis, Ken, et al. Google and the Culture of Search. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2012.
Malone, Thomas. Superminds. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Publishing, 2018.
Noriega-Campero, Alejandro, et al. The Wisdom of the Network. arXiv:1805.04766.
Sloman, Steven and Philip Fernbach. The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone. New York: Riverhead Books, 2017.
Sole, Ricard, et al. Synthetic Collective Intelligence. BioSystems. Online February, 2016.
Tetlow, Philip. The Web’s Awake. Hoboken, NJ: IEEE Press/Wiley Interscience, 2007.
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1. International Conferences
A section within Mindkind's collaborative endeavors for info and entries about select meetings, events, seminars, courses, and projects of special interest across the natural and social spectrum. Another, more extensive, list can be found on Complexity Digest postings at www.comdig.org, click on CxConferences. The image is a panoramic view of Vienna from the venue of the 2015 International Society for Information Studies conference.
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2. Natural Genesis Journal Resources
Circa 2018 this is a resource section to list an array of over 200 science and philosophy periodicals, broadly conceived, that are reviewed on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Once again, our premise is that into the 21st century a further emergent evolutionary transition (see VI. H. The Phenomenon of Humankinder) to a worldwise sapiensphere is commencing to learn by her/his own self. As one may peruse, this vista opens to a revolutionary palliative decipherment and discovery in our midst of a natural ecosmos procreative genesis uniVerse.
A: Accounts of Chemical Research, ACS Central Science, ACS Omega, ACS Synthetic Biology, Acta Astronautica, Acta Biotheoretica, Acta Informatica, Adaptive Behavior, Advances Neural Information Process Systems, Advances in Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings, American Journal of Physics, American Naturalist, American Psychologist, Animal Behaviour, Animal Cognition, Angewandte Chemie International, Annalen der Physik, Annals of Physics, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Anthropocene, Anthropocene Review, Applied Informatics, Artificial Life, Astrobiology, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Astrophysical Journal
Annual Reviews: Anthropology, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Condensed Matter Physics, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Genetics, Genomics and Human Genetics, Linguistics, Materials Research, Neuroscience, Psychology
arXiv.org: Astrophysics, Nonlinear Sciences, Physics (History & Philosophy, Physics & Society, Popular Physics, Space), Computer Science (Computation & Language, Computational Complexity) Digital Libraries, Information Theory, Neural & Evolutionary Computing), Quantitative Biology
B: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, bioRxiv.org, Bioinformatics, Biological Bulletin, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Biological Theory, Biology Direct, Biology and Philosophy, BioEssays, BioScience, Biosemiotics, BioSystems, BMC Journals, Brain and Cognition, Brain and Language, Brain, Behavior, Evolution, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
C: Cell, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, Chemical Reviews, Chemical Science, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Complexity, Complexity Digest Papers, Climatic Change, Cliodynamics: Journal of Quantitative History and Cultural Evolution, Cognition, Cognitive Processing, Cognitive Computation, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Systems Research, Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology, Communicative & Integrative Biology, Communications of the ACM, Computational Biology and Chemistry, Computer Physics Communications, Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews, Consciousness and Cognition, Contemporary Physics, Cosmos and History, Current Anthropology, Current Biology, Current Directions in Psychological Science
Current Opinion in: Biotechnology, Behavioral Sciences, Genetics and Development, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Systems Biology
D: Database: Journal of Biological Databases and Curation, Developmental Biology
E: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Earth System Dynamics, Ecology and Evolution, Ecological Economics, Ecological Modelling, Ecological Complexity, Ecosphere, EMBO Reports, Environment & Planning B , Environmental Ethics, EPJ Web of Conferences, European Physical Journal B: Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, European Physical Journal Special Topics, Europhysics Letters, Evolution, Evolution and Human Behavior, Evolutionary Anthropology, Evolutionary Biology
F: Foresight Journal, Foundations of Physics, Foundations of Science, Fractals, Frontiers Journals, Functional & Integrative Genomics, Futures
G: Genes & Development, Genetica, Genetics, Genome Research, Genome Biology, Genome Biology and Evolution, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, Genetic Programming Evolvable Machines, Geoscience Frontiers
H: Heliyon, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences , Human Development
I: Icarus, IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, Interaction Studies, Information Sciences, Integrative Biology, International Journal of Astrobiology, International Journal of Bifurcations and Chaos, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Integrative Biology, ISIS: Journal of the History of Science Society, iScience, Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution
J: Journal of: Analytical Psychology, Bioeconomics, Association for Information Science and Technology JASIST, Biological Physics, Chemical Information and Modeling, Chemical Physics, Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computational Social Science, Consciousness Studies, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Experimental Biology, Experimental Zoology B, Geophysical Research Planets, Informetrics, Informatics, Language Evolution, Mathematical Psychology, Molecular Evolution, Physics A: Mathematical, Physics D: Applied Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Statistical Physics, Systems Architecture, Theoretical Biology
L: Language Learning, Language Sciences, Laterality
M: Metaphilosophy, Metode Science Studies, Microbiology & Molecular Biology Reviews MMBR, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Minds and Machines, Molecular Biology and Evolution
MDPI Journals: Biology, Challenges, Entropy, Humanities, Informatics, Information, Life, Philosophies, Proceedings, Sustainability, Systems, Universe
N: National Science Review, Network Science, Neural Computation, Neural Networks, Neurocomputing, Neuroinformatics, NEURON, New Ideas in Psychology, New Journal of Physics, Nucleic Acid Research,
Nature Journals: Astronomy, Biotechnology, Chemical Biology, Chemistry, Climate Change, Communications, Ecology & Evolution, Genetics, Human Behavior, Machine Intelligence, Materials, Nanotechnology, Nature, Neuroscience, Physics, Scientific Reports, Reviews Genetics, Reviews Neuroscience, Npj Quantum Information
O: Oikos, OMICS Journal of Integrative Biology, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere
P: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Perspectives on Science, Philosophy East & West, Philosophy and Technology, Philosophy of Science, Philosophical Psychology, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics, Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Physica Scripta, Physics Letters B, Physics of Life Reviews, Physics Reports, Physical Biology, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review E, Physical Review X, Physics Today, Physics World, Planetary and Space Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences PNAS, Proceedings of Science, Procedia Computer Science, Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Psychological Inquiry
Public Library of Science PLoS: Biology, Computational Biology, Genetics, ONE
Q: Quantum Information Processing, Quanta Magazine, Quantum Studies, Quaternary International, Quarterly Review of Biology
R: Reports on Progress in Physics, Reviews of Modern Physics
Royal Society: Interface, Interface Focus, Philosophical Transactions A: Physical Sciences, Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences, Proceedings B: Biological Sciences, Proceedings A, Royal Society Open Science
S: Santa Fe Institute Working Papers, Science, Science Advances, Semiotica, Soft Computing, Social Evolution & History, Sophia, Space Science Reviews, Springer Open, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science A, B, C, Swarm and Evolutionary Computation, Synthese, Synthetic Biology, Systems Research and Behavioral Science
T: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, Theoretical Computer Science, Theology and Science, Theory in Biosciences, Theory, Culture and Society, Topoi, Topics in Cognitive Science
Trends in: Biochemical Sciences, Biotechnology, Cognitive Science, Ecology and Evolution, Genetics, Neuroscience
W: World Futures, World Futures Review
Z: Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science
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