The Concept of Indeterminism and Its Applications
From Book News, Inc. Katsenelinboigen (operations and information management, U. of Pennsylvania) proposes a method for analyzing fast-changing systems that resist methods developed and honed for better behaved systems. Generally the method derives from the probabilities-based approach, in the Kolmogorovian sense of the term rather than the sense based on observational statistical frequencies. He discusses philosophy, chess, ethics, and other topics and glosses his particular meaning of terms. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Synopsis Scholars in many fields are exploring similar ideas to combat indeterminism when conditions seem chaotic and prohibit a rigid programme approach. The author of this study contends that the category of indeterminism has its own meaning dealing with unavoidability.