Keywords:Philosophy, Reform of thinking, Heisenberg, Chew, Bohm
This article discusses a proposal for a reform in thinking, grounded on Heisenberg’s principle of uncertanty, Chew’s bootstrap theory and Bohm’s principle of implicated order. By synthetizing all three grounds together, it is concluded that thought ought to be turned to the uncertainty of phenomena. Behind uncertainty lies an implicated order, which mantains the interactive pattern with onself, the others and the world.
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