Human atomism

In homeokinetics, a human atomism is a human being abstractly defined as an atomism.

In 1987, American physicist Arthur Iberall referred to a person as a human atomism as follows: [1]

“The factory day is characteristic not only of living systems but also of all complex atomistic systems that persist and that express much of their action internally. For an individual human atomism the factory day largely, but not completely, coincides with the earth’s day.”

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See also
Human atom
Human chemical element
Human element
Human particle
Social atom

References
1. Iberall, Arthur S. (1995). “A Physical (Homeokinetic) Foundation for the Gibsonian Theory of Perception and Action”, Ecological Psychology, 791): 37-68.

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