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Our Next

            World View

How We Think
Re-Thinking How We Think after Systems Science
  • If scientific reduction has led to evidence for irreducibly interactive phenomena, our modern mentality is invalid
  • An assumption that science's quantitative analysis can describe and explain all is in error
  • ​If the systems we are and interact with are all complexes of complex subsystems, whose behavior emerges unpredictably from conflict and instability,
  • we can only know these in terms of their characteristic 'archetypal' behaviors
  • ​That requires archetypal thinking
  • Most confoundingly, reductive scientific method gives us knowledge we cant' fully appreciate
    this appears to be a right hemisphere mode of attending and understanding inclusively, holistically
  • we can't know them definitively, categorically, predictably
  • we must now understand that our understanding must remain undecided, adaptive, paradoxical
  • we have thr knowledge we need but lack ways to comprehend it
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For more on complex systems and networks see these websites:
Systems InnovationComplexity Labs, Complexity Explained , and
The Complexity Explorer

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