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Hermann Haken

Synergetics | Enslaved States

Haken popularized the concepts of Enslaved States and 'synergetics'. The notion of 'enslavement' is similar to the idea of Attractor States, wherein a system will tend to gravitate towards a particular regime and then remain in that state unless there is a system Perturbation.


For more on Hermann Haken's contribution to Complexity Thinking, see the link in the feed to his book on 'Synergetics'.

 


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