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The Complexity Of Human Interaction

Ton Jörg
Published 2011 · Computer Science

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We may extend the complexity of our framework of causal modelling of interaction by introducing new, more complex entities like those of more complex systems, as a way of modelling complex organisms, instead of latent variables only. Such organisms can be relatively simple organisms or more complex organisms. Because this book has a focus on new thinking in complexity for the Social Sciences and Humanities, we take the human beings as subject of study as complex human organisms. In this section we want to describe, understand and explain human beings in their interaction.
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