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Foundations of System Theory

Systems Theory, in the form of Niclas Luhmann, demands a fundamental change in thinking. This sets a fundamentally different course than in many earlier centuries: many-valued logic instead of bivalent logic, difference instead of unity, observer instead of objectivity, function instead of truth or morality, communication instead of reason, system instead of object and very many more.

Some essential readjustments or rationalisations of basic intellectual concepts in the context of change, can be found in this area. So one can gain an inkling that psyche, team and organisations must really be thought of completely differently, if one wants to do justice to the challenge of counselling such systems.



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