[unrev-II] Complexity Science, a world view shift

From: Jack Park (jackpark@thinkalong.com)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2001 - 08:17:02 PDT

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    Available in Emergence Vol 1 #4

    This paper makes a lot of sense in light of the Unrev thesis. The paper
    provides a table, snippets of which I sketch here:

    Table 1 Worldviews

    Emerging Traditional

    Holism Reductionism
    Mutual causality Linear causality
    Heterarchy (within) Hierarchy (between)
    Variation Averages
    Local control Global control

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