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Philosophy: from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally "love of wisdom"
The holistic approach
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from self.Philosophy
The argumentation that follows here is based on a holistic or holistic understanding. This approach is primarily based on five system-theoretical assumptions:
everything is interrelated: the parts to each other and the parts in turn to the whole. Events that are far away can therefore have a great effect when they are close by.
political activity can have an effect in this order, leading to a change in the relations of the parts to each other and thus to an influence on the social whole.
structures give the whole strength against the momentum of the parts. However, individuals and groups act in existing structures, which in turn can change structure-forming rules.
a reorganization of the whole arises, if the different part-like activities of many individuals and single groups cooperate intensively enough and systemically fitting to the beginning structural change.
when partial activities work together in a systemically coherent way, they develop a system-changing dynamic. Then qualitative changes can occur - also in a disruptive sense - at high speed, i.e. tipping points towards a global reordering.
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