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Our limitations and paradoxes : a cybernetic and (non)systemic approach: "the life of logic" and "the logic of live"

Bulz, Nicolae (2011) Our limitations and paradoxes : a cybernetic and (non)systemic approach: "the life of logic" and "the logic of live". In: 2011 IEEE International Conference on Grey Systems and Intelligent Services. IEEE, United States, pp. 928-932.

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Abstract

The content of this study comprises pluri linterl trans /co Icross-disciplinarily approaches and a consequent open invitation addressed to the scientific community of the 15th Congress of World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics, Nanjing, China to receive all these, to meditate/analyze, and to decide if the co-participation to the represented here enlarging subdomain efforts would be a possible next step within the next horizon of the specific research topics from the contemporary Human-Machine, Eco-Bio-Environmental and Societal Systems and Cybernetics. So, regarding the (non)systemic topics understanding and explanation of the (post)Crisis versus Knowledge / Consciousness Society alongside to these efforts, the author affirms and focalizes upon a subdomain of an enlarged intersection between the Generosity - Creativity - Solidarity Triad and the dual merging construct: Knowledge Based Eco-Bio-Economy and Digital Business Eco-Bio-Systems. This enlarging subdomain efforts belong to the Generosity - Creativity - Solidarity Consortium - as a 2008-2011 active interdisciplinary presence / and is connected to the homonymous project G_C_S KBEBE & DBEBS. There is a benefic impact within the all Congress topics. Now, the entire team of the project (at this stage - 13 university and academic partners from UK, Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Hungary and Romania) will focalize the research according to the openness of the international scientific community toward the multi-thematic domain of the Knowledge-Based Eco-Bio-Economy (KBEBE) and on the broader issues of the UN Millennium Goal. So, these are the lines of the invitation addressed to the scientific community of the 15th WOSC '11 Congress.

Item Type: Book Section
ISBN: 9781612844916
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Conference held in Nanjing, on 15-18 Sept. 2011

Uncontrolled Keywords: ResPubID24883, social networking, social networks, virtual space, innovative knowledge, knowledge management, cybernetic knowingness, subtleness, complexity, bioethics, cybernetics, consciousness society, cybernetic approach, organizing diversity, generosity in knowledge, innovative knowledge, knowledge management, subtle outlook upon the network of sciences, systemic knowingness, complexity within bioethics
Subjects: FOR Classification > 1401 Economic Theory
Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (CSES)
Depositing User: VUIR
Date Deposited: 02 Nov 2012 05:13
Last Modified: 02 Nov 2012 05:13
URI: http://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/10550
DOI: 10.1109/GSIS.2011.6044108
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