Universal underlying rules for interaction. An interactional perspective on complex systems.
Narrative About .. The Possible Underlying Simplicity of Complexity
This introduction video is part of the narrative (below).
I am interested in complex adaptive systems. In particular, in the question,
how complex problems increasingly arise and how we mostly try to resolve them. I
tried to gain insight into the possible underlying simplicity of complexity. Gradually
I developed a theory about the underlying simplicity and approached this big
question from the widest possible perspective.
systems are interconnected and continuously interact with each other, then
there must be underlying universal rules for interaction. If so, what are the
rules? What is the cause and explanation for the increasing complexity? My considerations ... Why do we seek answers far away from ourselves as they are maybe very close. Suppose that there exist universal rules for interaction, then these rules should be identical to the rules for human interaction? We know these rules for many years!
Along the way, I became more and more convinced that there exist underlying and universal rules for interaction in systems, subsystems and between systems, networks and so on. By clicking on the Prezi below and you will find out what I mean ...
Do you know what the resemblance is between all kinds of complex issues and interpersonal problems? The underlying rules for interaction are equal!