Lawrence Henderson

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In existographies, Lawrence Henderson (77-13 BE) (1878-1942 ACM) (IQ:180|#102) (ID:2.86|63) (SN:8) (EVT:20) (CR:251) (LH:18) (TL:271|#30) was an American physical chemist, physiologist, philosopher, and sociologist, noted for []


In 1932 to 1942, Henderson ran the Gibbs-Pareto circle (aka Harvard-Pareto circle).[1]


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The following are quotes by Henderson:

Matter and energy have an original property, assuredly not by chance, which organizes the universe in space and time.”
— Lawrence Henderson (1913), The Fitness of the Environment (pg. 308) [2]

End matter

See also

  • Hendersonian
  • Hendersonianism


  1. Harvard-Pareto circle – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. (a) Henderson, Lawrence. (1913). The Fitness of the Environment: An Inquiry into the Biological Significance of the Properties of Matter (chance quote, pg. 308; matter and energy, 25+ pgs). MacMillan Company.
    (b) Parascandola, John. (1992). “L. J. Henderson and the Mutual Dependence of Variables: From Physical Chemistry to Pareto”, in: Science at Harvard University: Historical Perspective (editors: Clark Elliott and Margaret Rossiter) (quote, pg. 174). Lehigh University Press.

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