homeorhesis

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homeorhesis

 [ho″me-o-re´sis]
a stabilized flow. The term has been proposed as a substitute for homeostasis, which implies a static rather than a fluid state in the internal environment, while homeorhesis takes into account the fluidity of change within a space-time continuum and more accurately describes the adaptations and constant interactions necessary to one's well-being in a changing environment.
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The above is the famous depiction of the "epigenetic landscape" and is currently being more narrowly interpreted in terms of cell fate with respect to organs, where the ball "fell" into one or other chreod, or groove.
The morphodynamic isomorphism between the tonal flow of music and its neurophysiological substrates proposed in this work, indicates that a tonal chreod, i.
Unfortunately, Wallin does not ever define what a chreod or nucleation consists of (in musical terms), or how nucleations are transformed into emotionally significant forms, or how emotion becomes a semiotic pattern, and therefore a statement like this one becomes extremely difficult (at least for me) to evaluate.