“ General Systems Theory ” as “ Theory of Emergence ”

@inproceedings{Minati2005GS,
  title={“ General Systems Theory ” as “ Theory of Emergence ”},
  author={Gianfranco Minati},
  year={2005}
}
1. Introduction 2. The paradox of a General Systems Theory without emergence 2.1 Reductionistic usage of the concept of system 2.2 Bertalanffy's view 2.3 Emergence: a non-reductionistic usage of the concept of system 2.4 Emergence and General Systems Theory 2.5 Inter-and Trans-disciplinarity 3. Abstract The concept of system, due to the complexity of problems, is currently necessarily used in many disciplinary fields (i.e. engineering, economics, physics and biology), but in a reductionistic… CONTINUE READING

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