What is so Complex about Complexity?
Complex systems are systems characterized by a large number of interconnected components. Those systems resist simple reductionism and, therefore, the researcher should study the overall dynamics of a complex system as evident from the emergence of gestalt forms out of micro-level interactions. Should we examine the mind as a complex socio-somatic-semiotic system?
KeywordsComplexity Science Semiotic System Primary Distinction Interconnected Component Referential Conception
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