„Not bodies produce sensations, but element-complexes (sensation-complexes) constitute the bodies. When the physicist considers the bodies as the permanent reality, the `elements' as the transient appearance, he does not realise that all `bodies' are only mental symbols for element-complexes“

—  Ernst Mach

Quelle: 20th century, The Analysis of Sensations (1902), p. 23, as quoted in Lenin as Philosopher: A Critical Examination of the Philosophical Basis of Leninism (1948) by Anton Pannekoek, p. 33

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„The body might be considered the hardware of the complex technical device that is human thought.“

—  Jean-François Lyotard French philosopher 1924 - 1998

Quelle: Thought Without a Body? (1994), p. 291

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„The elements that make up all other bodies, these must be bodies that are perfectly inelastic, undeformable and unchangeable.“

—  Pierre Louis Maupertuis French mathematician, philosopher and man of letters 1698 - 1759

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„In order to constitute a complex system, the elements have to interact, and this interaction must be dynamic.“

—  Paul Cilliers South African philosopher 1956 - 2011

Quelle: Complexity and Postmodernism (1998), p. 3; as cited in: Richard Andrews, ‎Erik Borg, ‎Stephen Boyd Davis (2012), The SAGE Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses, p. 129

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„Each element in the system is ignorant of the behaviour of the system as a whole, it responds only to information that is available to it locally… If each element 'knew' what was happening to the system as a whole, all of the complexity would have to be present in that element.“

—  Paul Cilliers South African philosopher 1956 - 2011

Quelle: Complexity and Postmodernism (1998), p. 4-5; as cited in: Peter Buirski, ‎Amanda Kottler (2007) New Developments in Self Psychology Practice http://books.google.nl/books?id=PinroXBLDkIC&pg=PA9, p. 9

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„Of all the wondrous elements in our vast and complex universe, there is perhaps nothing more intriguing, than consciousness.“

—  Varadaraja V. Raman American physicist 1932

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„We must also accept the possibility of Gestalt qualities comprehending complexes of elements of different categories.“

—  Christian von Ehrenfels Austrian philosopher 1859 - 1932

Quelle: "On Gestalt Qualities," 1890, p. 97

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„So my flesh is not only the principle of the constitution of my objective body, it hides in it its invisible substance. Such is the strange condition of this object that we call a body : it doesn’t consist at all in the visible appearance to which we have always reduced it ; precisely in its reality it is invisible. Nobody has ever seen a man, but nobody has ever seen his body either, if by "body" we understand his real body.“

—  Michel Henry French writer 1922 - 2002

Michel Henry, Incarnation. Une philosophie de la chair, éd. du Seuil, 2000, p. 221
Books on Religion and Christianity, Incarnation: A philosophy of Flesh (2000)
Original: (fr) Ma chair n’est donc pas seulement le principe de la constitution de mon corps objectif, elle cache en elle sa substance invisible. Telle est l’étrange condition de cet objet que nous appelons un corps : il ne consiste nullement en ces espèces visibles auxquelles on le réduit depuis toujours ; en sa réalité précisément il est invisible. Personne n’a jamais vu un homme, mais personne n’a jamais vu non plus son corps, si du moins par « corps » on entend son corps réel.

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