Friday, March 19, 2010

on the strange loop...

By: Maria Odete Madeira
A strange loop is a feedback circle, linked to the systemic identity, as self-computable rotative dispositional dynamics, in which the system folds upon itself, without leaving itself, maintaining the constituent and constitutive systemic integrity.
A strange loop is rotatively projective. The projective rotativity is assumed, in the notion of systemic identity, at the level of the ontological dynamics of projectivity, intrinsic to the systems, signalized at the level of the effectivenesses that act upon the effects, and are postulated at the level of the causes, as formative capabilities that act upon the preservation of the integrity of the systems in survival interfaces.

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