June 12, 2016 I like reading and listening to David Brooks. I don’t agree with everything he says, but at least he has common sense
In “The Mediatized Co-Mediatizer: Anthropology in Niklas Luhmann’s World,” published in Zygon: Journal or Religion and Science (2012), Young Bin Moon proposes to rename everything in terms
I’m enjoying reading Hans-Georg Moeller’s Luhmann Explained, just as a I enjoyed The Radical Luhmann. I appreciate the clarity of the prose and all the
This is a post from a South Korean blog that discusses systems theory. This post deals with stability, flexibility, and internal complexity with reference to South
A limited revolution might be triggered in one system, but this might leave the other systems untouched or only slightly irritated. Those slightly irritated systems will then most likely adjust and carry on their operations. A political revolution might not significantly disturb the economic system, or vice versa.
At its core, the Trump campaign and similar brands of reactionary, neo-nationalist politics around the world are all about the denial of complexity. Trump and his followers