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|1||The Atomistic View and the Systems View||1|
|2||What is a System?||15|
|3||The Systems View of Nature||23|
|4||The Systems View of Ourselves||59|
|Selected Writings on Evolution and Society||95|
Posted October 3, 2003
If you would like to learn about systems theory with minimal background knowledge, this is an excellent book! It shows how we are all inseperable parts of nature and that everything we do to everyone and everything else influences ourselves as well. It shows us how nature is organized into many levels of whole units. It eloquently shows how we are all parts of larger whole units made of smaller whole units. It is just a wonderful book that reminds us of our connection with the rest of the universe. If you are interested in systems theory, I also recommend another super-fascinating book called 'The Ever-Transcending Spirit' by Toru Sato that discusses this in relation to human consciousness. It is also one of my favorites! I am sure you will feel that these books are well worth the money.
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