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Tag: general systemology

Helene Finidori presented Pattern Literacy in Support of Systems Capability at INCOSE IW2020

25 – 28 January 2020 Torrance, California, USA Annual INCOSE International Workshop 2020 As part as the International Council on Systems Engineering Systems Science Working Group (SSWG) Helene Finidori, Leader of the BCSSS Research Group Systems Science and Pattern Literacy, attended IW2020 and gave a talk on her work including…

“General Systemology”. New volume of the Springer Book Series “Translational Systems” by the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy”

In 2018 the next volume of of the Springer Book Series “Translational Systems” will be published by Dr. Jennifer Wilby, Julie Billingham, David Rousseau and BCSSS Managing Director Stefan Blachfellner, all leaders of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy”. With the heading “General Systemology. Transdisciplinarity for Discovery, Insight,…

“Systems Science and Philosophy“ Research Group Member David Rousseau visits Tokyo

In March 2016 Research Group Member David Rousseau was invited by the Tokyo Institute of Technology to present the latest research results of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy” in the framework of the 9th International Systems Sciences Symposium: Translational Systems Science, organized by the Center for Agent-based…

“General Systemology”

David Pouvreau and Manfred Drack wrote an article with the title: On the history of Ludwig von Bertalanffy’s “General Systemology”, and on its relationship to cybernetics. Part I: elements on the origins and genesis of Ludwig von Bertalanffy’s “General Systemology” It is available online. Click here.