Special Issue 77 contains the third 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 by examining how Systems evolve over multiple Levels, and how this fact effects the reductionist discipline of Physics.
Introducing Schofield’s Systems Theory
Top-down and Bottom-up Development within Evolution and Physics
Natural Active Stabilities
Assumed Restricted Scenarios and their consequent Man-Made Laws
Levels and Tempos
Mankind’s Greatest Mistake
How the Mistake Affected Theory