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Introduction to systems theory

Auteur : Niklas Luhmann
Éditeur : Cambridge : Polity, 2010.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Niklas Luhmann ranks as one of the most important sociologists and social theorists of the twentieth century. Through his many books he developed a highly original form of systems theory that has been hugely influential in a wide variety of disciplines.In Introduction to Systems Theory, Luhmann explains the key ideas of general and sociological systems theory and supplies a wealth of examples to illustrate his  Lire la suite...
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Niklas Luhmann
ISBN : 9780745645711 0745645712 0745645720 9780745645728
Numéro OCLC : 651073942
Description : xx, 284 p. ; 22 cm.
Contenu : Translators note and acknowledgments --
System-autopoiesis-form: an introduction to Luhmann's 'Introduction to Systems Theory' --
Editor's preface to the German edition --
I. Sociology and systems theory. 1. The functionalism of system maintenance --
2. Parsons --
II. General systems theory. 1. The theory of open systems --
2. System as difference (formal analysis) --
3. Operational closure --
4. Self-organization, autopoiesis --
5. Structural coupling --
6. Observing --
7. Re-entry --
8. Complexity --
9. The idea of rationality --
III. Time --
IV. Meaning --
V. Psychic and social systems. 1. Problems of "action theory" --
2. Two modes of operation of autopoiesis --
VI. Communication as a self-observing operation --
VII. Double contingency, structure, conflict --
Suggested Further Readings.
Responsabilité : by Niklas Luhmann.

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Niklas Luhmann ranks as one of the most important sociologists and social theorists of the twentieth century. Through his many books he developed a highly original form of systems theory that has  Lire la suite...

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