Trust building models and self-organizing systems / complexity theory

author: Margeret Heath, Free University of Brussels
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: October 2004,   views: 1432
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Comment1 Margeret, October 17, 2007 at 10:31 p.m.:

The original version of this video is unedited, unfortunately, and the technical problems are irritating. I wish that I had been more specific and less nervous at the time, but experience certainly makes one a better presenter. I'd be happy to answer question that folk might have on complexity per se and to offer corrections to erroneous 'suggestions' that might have arisen in this presentation.

The marrying of hard systems with soft-systems is never an easy one (if at all possible); the idea that "trust" as a subjective experience can be captured by parameters of informational interaction, or even simple communicative patterns is naive. It is naive, especially, without the positing of an embodied form of interaction, or some 'grounding' that resides in the physiological parameters/emotional variables that one could use as indications thereof.

One of the things I enjoy most about learning and research is the certainty that one changes one's notions as a result of the activities of research and that with time and care one is able to provide higher resolution ideas to answers given as refutations earlier in one's career.


Comment2 Adkirn, October 22, 2007 at 6:12 p.m.:

Brilliant work, Margeret. Patterning......thank-you for the insight.

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