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 ==INTEGRATIVE SYSTEMICS (organismics)== ==INTEGRATIVE SYSTEMICS (organismics)==
  
-Traditional science has always taken apart, based on the assumption that knowledge based on the parts would reveal how it works. Modern science has found the parts are working together . as a whole+Traditional science has always taken apart, based on the assumption that knowledge based on the parts would reveal how it works. Modern ​systemic ​science has found actual knowledge is the  
 +relationship of the assumed ​parts together rather than the parts alone. Actual reality is 
 +the uni-verse  ​working together.
  
-==(UNI-VERSE WORKING TOGETHER)== 
  
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 +== SYSTEM STUDIES == 
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 +SYSTEMS THEORY/​SCIENCE/​THINKING/​APPROACH/​METHODOLOGY is a transdisciplinary and multiperspective scientific inquiry that studies structure and properties in terms of their interrelationships. Ervin Laszlo contrasts the system model with the Classical science model of reductionism as a shifting of emphasis from parts to the organization of parts; from the "​component to the dynamic"​ as he puts it. Erich Jantsch writes, "Quite generally, a system becomes observable and definable through its interactions. in Jantsch E (1980) The Self-Organizing-Universe. Pergamon Press They emphasize that it is through these mutually interactive relationships that new properties of the whole emerge. Bela H Banathy regards this observation to be the "​value"​ of systems theory; as this new whole has properties which are not found in the constituent elements. "We cannot understand the whole bit by bit" he explains.[1] ​----
  
 ==Foreword== ==Foreword==
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-__DEFINING ​SYSTEMIC ​DEFINITION__ ​+___DEFINING ​SYSTEMIC ​DEFINITION___ ​
  
 The Primer is a group of ISSS members, Bela Banathy, Ken Udas, Markus Schwaninger,​ Matthew Shipero, Tom Mandel, and the support of many other members of ISSS, who have the examined the notion of integrated systemics. The Primer as a product began as a handbook and was renamed "​Primer"​ because there already is a handbook. ​ The Primer is a group of ISSS members, Bela Banathy, Ken Udas, Markus Schwaninger,​ Matthew Shipero, Tom Mandel, and the support of many other members of ISSS, who have the examined the notion of integrated systemics. The Primer as a product began as a handbook and was renamed "​Primer"​ because there already is a handbook. ​
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-[[Systeming at a glance]] ​Look at the ISSS symbol and how it shows us the difference between the part and the whole. ​+[[Systeming at a glance]] ​Gaze at the ISSS symbol and it will show us the difference between the part and the whole. ​
  
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-**Perhaps the greatest ​teacher ​of systems theory is Dr. Bela H. Banathy. Presemted here ae sopme of his teachings.** +Perhaps the greatest ​actualizer ​of systems theory is Dr. Bela H. Banathy. Presemted here ae some of his teachings. ​
  
 [[http://​www.fixall.org/​primer/​belaed.html]] ​ [[http://​www.fixall.org/​primer/​belaed.html]] ​
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 +__ELABORATIONS__
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 +[[Primer 2.0]]
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 +An attempt to say it all at once, In this section the entire fiekd of systems is outlined in a linear fashion ​
  
 SYSTEMICS AS A SCHEME SYSTEMICS AS A SCHEME
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-An attempt to say it all at once, In this section the entire fiekd of systems is outlined in a linear fashion ​ 
  
  
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