Special Issue 78 contains the fifth 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 of papers in this edition examine the history of Pluralist Science and how we might begin reversing its many mistakes.
Introducing Schofield’s Systems Theory
The Bases of the Sciences
The Misleading Failure of Bottom-up Causality
The Problem of Laws and Levels
Science for Understanding, not merely Production
Qualitative Causes and their Investigation
via Systems Means