Co-operation and Self-Organization

@inproceedings{Fuchs1970CooperationAS,
  title={Co-operation and Self-Organization},
  author={Christian Fuchs},
  year={1970}
}
Co-operation has its specific meanings in physical (dissipative), biological (autopoietic) and social (re-creative) systems. On upper hierarchical systemic levels there are additional, emergent properties of co-operation, co-operation evolves dialectically. The focus of this paper is human cooperation. Social systems permanently reproduce themselves in a loop that mutually connects social structures and actors. Social structures enable and constrain actions, they are medium and outcome of… CONTINUE READING

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