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System Theory

The systems theory of the Bielefeld School (N. Luhmann, P. Fuchs, D. Baecker, F. Simon, A. Nassehi, O. Jahraus, W. Vogd, R. Wimmer) is an essential benchmark and reference point for our metatheory of change. It is the most detailed, and elaborate theory, which does not take its stance from the unity, clarity, unambiguousness of apparently existing matters, but rather from the difference, paradox, and ambiguity of the observer who sees a meaning in the world. This enables, in particular, an understanding of time and with it, of change, which conforms to reality. In the context of a website, the abstract and philosophical derivations of a procedural understanding of the psyche, of groups and social systems cannot be adequately represented.



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