Complexity, Chaos & Emergent Order

Emergent orders result from the interactions, dependencies, or relationships they form when placed together in a system. General systems theory has applications in both social and physical sciences, from psychology and aesthetics and civilisation to biological systems within the organism and in group behaviour.

Latest Addition posted December 5, 2020

Some general properties of self-regulating open hierarchic order (SOHO)

Arthur Koestler

The regenerative potential of organisms and societies manifests itself in fluctuations from the highest level of integration down to earlier, more primitive levels, and up again to a new, modified pattern. Processes of this type seem to play a major part in biological and mental evolution, and are symbolized in the universal death-and-rebirth motive in mythology.

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