General System Theory: Foundations, Development, Applications

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G. Braziller, 2003 - Science - 295 pages
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An attempt to formulate common laws that apply to virtually every scientific field, this conceptual approach has had a profound impact on such widely diverse disciplines as biology, economics, psychology, and demography.

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I had read several books that referenced Bertalanffy’s writings and so bought this book in 2006. It sat on my shelf unread until I got interested in the very last chapter titled “The Relativity of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
8
On the History of Systems Theory
10
Trends in Systems Theory
17
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Ludwig von Bertalanffy was the creator of general system theory and the author of ten books. He died in 1972.

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