Here is a suggestion for a philosophy of science book classified under DDC 501 that covers similar subject areas as the original science book: Title: The Nature of Change: A Philosophical Examination Table of Contents: Introduction Part I: The Metaphysics of Change – Ontology of change – Is change real or illusory? – Change vs permanence – Exploring the paradox – Change as a fundamental quality of reality Part II: Dynamics and Patterns of Change – Causality and change – Mechanistic vs teleological explanations – Chaos, complexity and change – Cyclical patterns of change – Predictability and unpredictability Part III: Change in the Physical World – Space, time and change – Laws of physics and change as a physical process – Quantum physics and discontinuous change Part IV: Change in Biological Systems – Evolution as change over generations – Development, growth and adaptation – Emergence and self-organization Part V: Change in Human Systems – Technological change and society – Social change and progress – Limits of rationality in managing change Part VI: Psychological and Ethical Dimensions of Change – Personal identity in flux – Cultivating wisdom in navigating change – Ethics and responsibility in shaping change Conclusion: Towards a Philosophy of Change This explores philosophical perspectives on the nature, patterns, implications and ethics of change across science, society and personal experience. It complements the science-focused book with philosophical analysis and reflection.

Here is a suggestion for a philosophy of science book classified under DDC 501 that covers similar subject areas as the original science book:

Title: The Nature of Change: A Philosophical Examination

Table of Contents:

Introduction

Part I: The Metaphysics of Change
– Ontology of change – Is change real or illusory?
– Change vs permanence – Exploring the paradox
– Change as a fundamental quality of reality

Part II: Dynamics and Patterns of Change
– Causality and change – Mechanistic vs teleological explanations
– Chaos, complexity and change
– Cyclical patterns of change
– Predictability and unpredictability

Part III: Change in the Physical World
– Space, time and change
– Laws of physics and change as a physical process
– Quantum physics and discontinuous change

Part IV: Change in Biological Systems
– Evolution as change over generations
– Development, growth and adaptation
– Emergence and self-organization

Part V: Change in Human Systems
– Technological change and society
– Social change and progress
– Limits of rationality in managing change

Part VI: Psychological and Ethical Dimensions of Change
– Personal identity in flux
– Cultivating wisdom in navigating change
– Ethics and responsibility in shaping change

Conclusion: Towards a Philosophy of Change

This explores philosophical perspectives on the nature, patterns, implications and ethics of change across science, society and personal experience. It complements the science-focused book with philosophical analysis and reflection.

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