Monthly Archives: December 2011

Complexity is Subjective

I recently read the book “Systems Thinking for Curious Managers” [1] and found this good quote: “Complexity is not a property of problems but of those looking at problems.” After I finished reading the book, I decided to explore this … Continue reading

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How Bridges Fall

During the last six months I have watched “The Ister” twice. It’s a remarkable documentary based on Martin Heidegger’s wartime Hölderlin lectures. In one part of the documentary, Nemanja Calic talks about the NATO bombings of the bridges in Novi … Continue reading

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