The Danger of Dogmatizing Fuzziness

Ξ September 7th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Misc |


Fuzziology warns us against the danger of dogmatizing the fuzziness inherent in human understanding. The danger of following 'dogmatically' any precisely described instruction-manual or algorithm that helps us to run a technological process (or an engineering system) is incomparably less than the danger involved in choosing or being forced to choose to follow blindly (as dogmas) interpretations related to somebody's way of understanding complexity of life. In particular, individuals' decisions to follow others' teaching how to live and behave can lead to disastrous social and ecological consequences.




The Danger of Dogmatizing Fuzziness


Vladimir D. Dimitrov

 

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