Review: Complex Society – In the Middle of a Middle World

5 Star, Complexity & Catastrophe, Complexity & Resilience
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I confess to having trouble with this book — it is more escoteric than I am accustomed to  but in the end is make some vital points that boil down to a solution for complexity that elevates humans, demands inclusion of all points of view as well as respect for the truth, and fully integrates philosophy, science, and evaluation.

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