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Self-Organizing Systems 4/8/09 Class #9 ANTH 135 Reckmeyer Self-Organizing Systems
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Self-Organizing Systems 4/8/09 Class #9 ANTH 135 Reckmeyer Systemic Lifetimes Systems Behavior - Pattern of Changes in Changes of Pattern - Mix of +/- Feedback Processes/Interactions - ?? = Nature/Sources of Organized Patterns Kinds of Change - Impact on Systems as Recognizable Wholes - Morphostatic = ongoing changes - Morphogenic = significant changes - Morphopoietic = definitional changes Systemic Lifetimes - Temporal Systemic Boundaries - Creation = Morphopoietic Changes - Maintenance = Morphostatic Changes - Transformation = Morphogenic Changes - Destruction = Morphopoietic Changes
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Unformatted text preview: Ontology- Being -Self-Organizing Systems 4/8/09 Class #9 ANTH 135 Reckmeyer Organizing Systems Major Sources of Organization- Other = externally-generated (historic focus)- Self = internally-generated (emerging views)- Cybernetic = purposefully-generated (human) Self-Organizing Systems- Self-Creating- Self-Maintaining- Self-Transforming- Self-Destroying Cybernetic Organizing Systems- ability = regulate internal/external changes- Self-Creating / Other-Creating - Self-Maintaining / Other-Maintaining- Self-Transforming / Other-Transforming- Self-Destroying / Other-Destroying Ontology- Being -...
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