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    Sobre el concepto de función biológica
    Ludus Vitalis 7 (12): 73-80. 1999.
  • Democratic Institutions and Practices. Contributions to Political Science. (edited book)
    with J. Abdelnour-Nocera and E. Anchústegui Igartua
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    A Mathematical Characterization of Quantum Gaussian Stochastic Evolution Schemes
    with D. Salgado and M. Ferrero
    Foundations of Physics 36 (4): 526-540. 2006.
    We give a common mathematical characterization of relevant stochastic evolution schemes built up in the literatute to attack the quantum measurement problem. This characterization is based on two hypotheses, namely, (i) the trace conservation with probability one and (ii) the existence of a complex phase determining a linear support for the stochastic process driving the random evolution
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    Is the Epistemic View of Quantum Mechanics Incomplete?
    with M. Ferrero and D. Salgado
    Foundations of Physics 34 (12): 1993-2003. 2004.
    One of the most tantalizing questions about the interpretation of Quantum Theory is the objective vs. subjective meaning of quantum states. Here, by focusing on a typical EPR experiment upon which a selection procedure is performed on one side, we will confront the fully epistemic view of quantum states with its results. Our statement is that such a view cannot be considered complete, although the opposite attitude would also pose well-known problems of interpretation
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    Coming From Material Reality
    with Miguel Ferrero
    Foundations of Science 20 (2): 199-212. 2015.
    In a previous essay we demonstrated that quantum mechanical formalism is incompatible with some necessary principles of the mechanism conception still dominant in the physicist’s community. In this paper we show, based on recent empirical evidence in quantum physics, the inevitability of abandoning the old mechanism conception and to construct a new one in which physical reality is seen as a representation which refers to relations established through operations made by us in a world that we are…Read more
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    A Further Review of the Incompatibility between Classical Principles and Quantum Postulates
    with M. Ferrero, V. Gómez Pin, and D. Salgado
    Foundations of Science 18 (1): 125-138. 2013.
    The traditional “realist” conception of physics, according to which human concepts, laws and theories can grasp the essence of a reality in our absence , seems incompatible with quantum formalism and it most fruitful interpretation. The proof rests on the violation by quantum mechanical formalism of some fundamental principles of the classical ontology. We discuss if the conception behind Einstein’s idea of a reality in our absence, could be still maintained and at which price. We conclude that …Read more
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    On the Emergence of Islands in Complex Networks
    with R. E. Balderas-Navarro, P. D. Arjona-Villicaña, P. Castillo-Castillo, O. Rico-Trejo, and J. Acosta-Elias
    Complexity 2017 1-10. 2017.
    Most growth models for complex networks consider networks comprising a single connected block or island, which contains all the nodes in the network. However, it has been demonstrated that some large complex networks have more than one island, with an island size distribution obeying a power-law function Is~s-α. This paper introduces a growth model that considers the emergence of islands as the network grows. The proposed model addresses the following two features: the probability that a new isl…Read more
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    El incremento de responsabilidad en la ética medioambiental
    Recerca.Revista de Pensament I Anàlisi 4 (4): 79-93. 2004.
    El presente articulo tiene como objetivo fundamental abordar el concepto de responsabilidad en el ámbito de la ética aplicada medioambiental. Para llevar a cabo esta tarea se analiza el pensamiento teleológico de Hans Jonas para una concepción medioambiental de la responsabilidad situando dicho planteamiento en discusión con las éticas deontológicas o de la convicción.The main aim of this paper is to address the concept of responsibility in the area of applied environmental ethics. To this end, …Read more
  • Latro in Virgil, A. 12, 7: An alternative explanation
    Mnemosyne 53 (2): 218-221. 2000.