El ejercicio de la duda desde una provocación de la propuesta teórica de Niklas Luhmann

Utopía y Praxis Latinoamericana 12 (38):59-69 (2007)

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Niklas Luhmann´s theory of social systems is, in westen social thought, the most important proposal for an analysis of society from a Complexity perspective. In this Article we begin by aiming to show, in general, the basic as sumptions ot this theoretical alternative offered by the german socilogi..
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