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< previous page page_11 next page > Page 11 control unit (that compares the actual to a desired state of the controlled process) and an activating unit (that brings about changes in the controlled process according to instructions from the control unit). Control can only be successful if the variety of the controller is equal to or greater than that which is being controlled. The neurocybernetic metaphor or "viable system" view adds to this the importance of "learning to learn" (i.e. accepting dynamic rather than static aims and objectives, and self-questioning rather than merely self-regulating). A so- called holographic brain metaphor stresses getting the whole into the parts, creating connectivity and redundancy, and simultaneous specialisation and generalisation. When or why is the neurocybernetic view useful in practice? It promotes self-enquiry and self-criticism and therefore the possibility of dynamic goal
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