Help with "Emergence" LO16465
Fri, 9 Jan 1998 11:12:35 -0800

Replying to LO16424 --

Mnr AM de Lange writes:
> But that will always be a miserable attempt because fundamentally each
> person has to acquire all seven of them through his/her own emergent
> learning, giving his/her personal theoretical account (explanations,
> descriptions and predictions) of them. One person can never do this
> emergent learning for another person. But after a person has learned these
> essentialities emergently, that person can help as a midwife others in
> their own emergent learning.

At, could you present a case study of an emergence for us, to help us
along the birth canal? I'm thinking of a description that starts with a
system near equilibrium, traces its growing chaos to the bifurcation
point, and shows how the essentialities worked to create the emergence.

Don Dwiggins "The truth will make you free,
SEI Information Technology but first it will make you miserable" -- Tom DeMarco


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