[Fis] [External Email] Re: defining information.Joseph comment on Loet

Joseph Brenner joe.brenner at bluewin.ch
Fri Mar 6 12:14:16 CET 2020

The alternative is to give up looking for a unifying definition of
information qua static content and look for, instead of a mathematical
theory, a concept of information as a common dynamic process, by definition






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To: João Alvaro Carvalho; fis
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I gave up looking for an unifying definition of information.

As soon I switch to another context (for example, moving from the context of
organisational work to  the human mind or to the cell) the key features are


This problem is precisely a reason to stick to a content-free, i.e.,
mathematical definition of information.  Information can then further be
made relevant in any special theory. The application is not dimension-free. 





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