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Coincidence: coincidence is not the absence of a causal explanation, but the coinciding of several events, which were caused by independent causal chains. The determination of a coincidence belongs to the description level and may express the deviation from an expectation. The property of being accidental is not inherent to events. See also determinism, indeterminism, contingency, necessity, probability.

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Random/ Maturana: not ontological, only computational artifact - adopted for unobservable systems that are assumed to be objective.


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Maturana I
Umberto Maturana
Biologie der Realität Frankfurt 2000


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