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So I wondered if these two rather different approaches were not related in some deep sense—especially because I had come at least to the essence of both notions at almost the same time. At first sight, the causal interpretation seemed to be a step backwards toward mechanism, since it introduced the notion of a particle acted on by a potential. Nevertheless, as I have already pointed out, its implication that the whole both determines its sub-wholes and organizes their activity clearly goes far beyond what appeared to be the original mechanical point of departure.

He has continued this with his explorations of the notions of implicate and explicate order. Finally, I can only use old-fashioned language to describe his impact on me and others. Dave’s essential being was then, and still is, totally engaged in the calm but passionate search into the nature of things. He can only be characterized as a secular saint. He is totally free of guile and competitiveness, and it would be easy to take advantage of him. Indeed, his students and friends, mostly younger than he is, felt a powerful urge to protect such a precious being.

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