self-organizing social systems

Gathers to analyze and address the relations between systems at different levels: the systems that emerge among us as members of the occupation itself, local and regional systems, and large-scale systems (national or international, for instance). We are committed to developing workable proposals for concrete action at all three levels. Our conversations aim to link the movement's practical and theoretical concerns together in the service of collective and individual growth.

self-organizing social systems

Postby felina » Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:08 pm

Occupy has a key strategic advantage. The media promotes the notion that Occupy is not organized because it has no "head" no "top". This is because the country's corporate culture is a social hierarchy. This is the only form of organization they know. So it is great that the corporate media "can't see" the Occupy organization. Occupy occurs as a self-organizing social network of conversations - the most effective form of organization. See the Chilean biologists work on self-producing systems - Humberto Maturana.
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