Chaos Complexity and Emergence
The factors that create systems.
Have you ever wondered how a social system cam into being, and why it continues to survive? This is the course for you. In this course we explore the steps necessary to create a stable system, and how chaos theory has been so instrumental in our understanding. Why do some complex groups fade into obscurity, and others become forces to shape society? This and much more will be answered in this course. This course takes the student through these developmental steps and provides real world examples of how the work. This course is just over an hour to move students briskly through these development principles. Key words for this course are causation, emergence, chaos, determinism, and predictability. The course is structured to lead students from the initial causation through each formative step to system emergence.
What You Will Get From This Course:
- Understand how the groups you are a part of get formed
- Know what causes a social system to form
- Know what factors are necessary to form a social system
Who Should Take This Course:
Anyone who wants a greater understanding of social systems
|Chaos Complexity and Emergence:|
|Lecture 1: Introduction||FREE||00:03:13|
|Lecture 2: Causality and determinism||FREE||00:06:49|
|Lecture 3: Predictability||00:04:40|
|Lecture 4: Complexity and sensitivity||00:05:49|
|Lecture 5: Attractors and strange attractors||00:07:30|
|Lecture 6: Emergence of a new system||00:05:30|
|Lecture 7: Class summary||00:02:19|
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