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 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  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 relationship of the assumed parts together rather than the parts alone. Actual reality is
-the uni-verse ​working the uni-verse ​working together.+the uni-verse ​ working together.
  
  
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 == SYSTEM STUDIES == == SYSTEM STUDIES ==
  
-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. ​<ref>Jantsch E (1980) The Self-Organizing-Universe. Pergamon Press</​ref> ​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] ​<!--(See Note 1:) --> +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] ----
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 ==Foreword== ==Foreword==
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