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In Time there is no privileged moment known as the 'present'

As Prigogine explains, determinism is fundamentally a denial of the arrow of time.

With no arrow of time, there is no longer a privileged moment known as the "present,"
which follows a determined "past" and precedes an undetermined "future."
All of time is simply given, with the future as determined or undetermined as the past.

 Like weather systems, organisms are unstable systems existing far from
thermodynamic equilibrium.

Instability resists standard deterministic explanation.

Instead, due to sensitivity to initial conditions, unstable systems can only be explained
statistically, that is, in terms of probability.

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