antientropic

antientropic

(ˌæntiːɛnˈtrəʊpɪk; ˌæntiːɛnˈtrɒpɪk)
adj
showing a tendency towards order
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These ideas are conceptual forerunners of DAT's psi-separation of the good and bad seed and the antientropic nature of psi.
In natural systems, biogeochemical cycles are governed by several laws: matter (including pollutants) is concentrated some 10 times from one level to another (Petri[section]or, 2008a; Vadineanu, 1998), energy is conserved (first law of thermodynamics), but partially dissipated as heat, resulting into increased entropy (disorder) towards thermodynamic equilibrium (Botnariuc, 1999); this trend is organizational, thus antientropic (Botnariuc, 1999; Vadineanu, 1998).
As Rubenstein indicates, we must look for other signs to judge its life/death status: namely, the antientropic dynamics underlying self-maintenance and self-development.
From this perspective, morality opposes the community disaggregation having an antientropic function.
Learning is an antientropic energy-consuming process, so do not overtax the system.