Systemic and Cybernetic Knowingness: Does 'Subtleness' Matter? (Is There a Complexity of the Knowledge Society and the Economy, Observable within Information-Knowledge Travel (I), Science of Development (II), Interactive Modeling and Life (III) Beyond Probabilistic and Fuzzy Approaches?)
International Journal of Advanced Statistics and IT&C for Economics and Life Sciences No. 1 (2009), pp. 43-67
25 Pages Posted: 25 Dec 2013
Date Written: December 17, 2009
“Connecting Science, Society and Development”, as a possible construct on and beyond the contemporary globalized crisis, it is proposed a co-adaptation of both Science and the (Hypothetical) Real System. Here, in this study, an elicitation of a co-adaptation of both Science and (Hypothetical) Real System is delineated as within the sequence of the following three lines: 1. Why sustainable development? 2: Why not anthropic development? 3. Why a “why onto sustainable development” and another “why onto anthropic development”?
These three lines are proposed as a dual (re-newed) inquiry, “each to each”, regarding some of the bibliographically found constructs on the contemporary globalized crisis: 1: Icon and iconoclasts; 2: Reinventing development research; 3: Transformations and reformations.
Between the “each to each” respective numbered topics, bridging the gap, it is proposed a metaphor (of a diaphoric type/it is the type of metaphor which only paves the way from “ornamental” background to “cognitive” profoundness, starting and/or affirming the possibility to acquire a concept; into a next stage the concept is attained/not attained/there would be an other conceptual way): 1: Different shapes, same related perfection; 2: The orchestra playing the conductor’s role; 3: The re-gained roots of a virtual tree.
Keywords: Decision, Action, Awareness and insight, Knowledge and information, Knowledge model, Meaning of knowledge, Systems thinking, Theory of knowledge, Subtleness
JEL Classification: C89, D57, D59, D79, D81, D83, D99, I19, I29, J2, L39, O39, Z10
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