>I stand on my statement: To the degree a politico-economic system approaches
>the integrity and consistency demonstrated in biological systems - above
>ecosystems, in biospheres; it will be be successful. The inverse is also
This would make a great diagram. Creating like circles, matching like
sectors from a biological system and, say, an economic system. Wow. Just
trying to get all the inputs and outputs staggers my mind.
A favorite book of mine is The Art of Systems Thinking: Essential Skills
for Creativity and Problem Solving by Joseph O'Conner and Ian McDermott.
Fascinating for a discussion such as how good a *system* capitalism is.
Good might better be replaced by efficient or sustainable.
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