MS#40A. Complex Dynamical Systems Theory:
Historical Origins, Contemporary Applications, 1985
The New Evolutionary Paradigm, Ervin Laszlo (ed.), Gordon and Breach Science, 1991; pp. 1 - 10.
Subjects: Complex dynamical systems
Written: June 1, 1985
Abstract: Complex dynamical systems theory is an evolution of nonlinear dynamics, developed for modeling and simulation of biological systems. Here, we speculate on the potential of this strategy for the emerging theory of social systems, for general evolution theory, and the implications for the future of our own planetary society.
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