Organizations, according to social systems theory, consist of a network of decisions. Organizations do not consist of people or decision makers but the decisions themselves.
I presented this paper at the conference of the International Social Theory Consortium in Chicago, May 19, 2018. It still needs some work. The Future
I am still thinking about the place of morality in social systems theory. I am interested in how the concept of morality changes as society
I am interested in looking more closely at what Luhmann says about society organized by stratification. We can take Florence as a case study. In
Luhmann identified five kinds of modern social systems—interaction systems, organizations, function systems, protest movements, and global society itself. I will focus here on organizations, which system
This is an excerpt of a paper I am working on. There are many versions of systems theory and, obviously, not all systems theorists follow the Luhmannian