Toward A “Science” of Systems

Papers, sections of papers, editorials, and statements that argue that systems thinking and especially only anthropocentric (humanocentric), or human-centered study of systems is weak without studying how systems over billions of years have evolve to work effectively. These papers argue that what we need most is a study of systems based on experiments conducted on natural systems.

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The Future of General Systems Research: Obstacles, Potentials, Case Studies (1985a, Troncale)

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The Future of the Natural Systems Sciences (2000a, Troncale)

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Towards a Science of Systems (2006, Troncale)

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Revisited: The Future of General Systems Research: Update on Obstacles, Potentials, Case Studies (2009, Troncale)

Reports: [LL: Just leave here]

Meeting Report: The 1989 Symposium and Paper Sessions on Bridging the Gap Between the Natural and Human Sciences: Is it Possible? Is it Desirable? (1990a, Troncale)

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