Replying to LO28616 --
Tyrone Fernandez <FTYRONE@maxis.com.my> writes:
>Appreciate if you could send me some literature on the above.
Greetings dear Tyrone,
Try using Google's advance search engine at
< http://www.google.com/advanced_search >
Put in the top window
and in the second window
and see what you can get on the web.
The distinction between written and unwritten rules comes a long way.
The Romans used it in law while the Greeks used it in art.
It all has to do with the fact systems has a "tacit dimension", "hidden
organisation", "implicate order" or whatever we may call it. It is the
result of irreversible interactions between the system and its environ-
Some think that all of the "tacit dimension" can be articulated while
others believe that none of it can be articulated. I myself believe that
only part of it can be articulated. This requires a capacity for the
artistic -- something which already the Greeks were aware of.
With care and best wishes
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