Complexity, Science and Society Paperback / softback
by Jan Bogg, Robert Geyer
'The following sections are a very good representation of the core developments of complexity thinking in a number of major fields.
Our intention is to provide an accessible interdisciplinary introduction to the wonderful intellectual breadth that complexity can offer.' - Jan Bogg and Robert Geyer in the Introduction.
Complexity is a new and exciting interdisciplinary approach to science and society that challenges traditional academic divisions, frameworks and paradigms.
This book helps the expert, student or policy practitioner have a better understanding of the enormous potential of complexity, and how it relates to their particular area of interest or expertise.
It provides excellent representations of the core developments of complexity thinking in a number of major fields. "Complexity, Science and Society" brings together an unrivalled selection of new applications of complexity from leading experts across subjects including medicine and healthcare, education, public policy and social theory, ecology, philosophy, international politics, the arts, modelling and design, and others.
Together they offer an unprecedented review of the latest developments.
This book is an accessible interdisciplinary introduction to the wonderful intellectual breadth that complexity can offer.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 184 pages
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 20/08/2007
- Category: Philosophy of science
- ISBN: 9781846192036
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