Ontological Support for Multiparadigm Multimethodologies: Isomorphic Process–Structures and the Critical Moment

@inproceedings{Bowers2010OntologicalSF,
  title={Ontological Support for Multiparadigm Multimethodologies: Isomorphic Process–Structures and the Critical Moment},
  author={Todd David Bowers},
  year={2010}
}
Because it still lacks adequate theory needed to ground its multiparadigm multimethodologies, critical systems practice has been derisively called “theoretically-contradictory eclecticism”. This paper is an introduction to and overview of the author’s forthcoming Ph.D. dissertation which offers a new framework for research in critical systems thinking and proposes a new approach for the practice of critical systemic intervention. To underpin this framework an ontology of process–structure… CONTINUE READING

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