What is Good? LO13245

Harrow, Stuart C. (bvc2206@dcrb.dla.mil)
Wed, 16 Apr 1997 11:35:00 -0400

Replying to LO13203 --

A holon is simply an entity which is both complete in itself (e.g. an
atom) and a part of a larger complete entity (e.g. a molecule), with the
essential characteristic that more complex units in the holarchy (e.g.
particle, atom, molecule,cell, etc) have properties which can not be found
in a simple aggregate of the separate holons of which they are composed.

You postulate the existence of a holon and an holarchy .

How would you go about proving their existence.

Stuart Harrow


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