Cinta de Moebio 12:2 (2001)

This essay tries to synthesize some relevant issues on a classic topic, central for social sciences: social interaction. How is it possible for two or more human beings to build a system of a superior order, composed by elements with emergent properties which are only partially imputable to the indi..
Keywords Luhmann   Autopoiesis   Systems   Theory of systems   Social interaction  Luhmann   Autopoiesis   Sistemas   Teoría de sistemas   Interacción social
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