Issue 77 contains the second instalment of The Systems Theory of Everything.
This series of issues attempts to set out the first definitive account of Jim Schofield’s new Systems Approach to Science. The various papers collected here, and over the next few editions of this journal, explore the proposed theory and explain why it is such a radical departure from the current universally applied scientific method.
The series continues with a closer look at Buddha, Marx, Hegel and Zeno for clues on how to develop Systems Theory.
Introducing Schofield’s Systems Theory
Real Messy Development
Top-Down or Bottom-Up?
The Two-Way Street of Real Full Causality
Beyond Zeno and Hegel:
The Profound Significance of Contention
The Buddha and Quantum Theory
A Comprehensive Holist Approach:
How can we effectively deal with Levels?
Equations: Why they lead us to nothing...
Entering the Multi-Level Cosmos