If one is dissatisfied with Luhmann’s social theory because he has relatively little to say about the material world, technology, the body, or ordinary human
In a post from about two years ago, when I was still pretty new to Social Systems Theory, I discussed an article by Francis Halsall.
Some tentative, half-formed thoughts . . . As Hans-Georg Moeller writes in The Radical Luhmann, Luhmann addressed the ancient mind/body problem by posing a triad–social system-psychic
People exist in society as topics of communication. As King and Thornhill (2003) write, For Luhmann, people . . . exist for and within social