The Problem of Complexity Re-thinking the Role of Critique
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This dissertation has five general underlying aims that guide the structure and nature of the arguments presented here. These five general aims can be summarised as follow: To delimit and provide some conceptual clarification for the relatively new field of study that is often called ‘complexity theory. To engage with the notion of ‘complex thinking’ more substantively as has been done. To build and expand on the notion of ‘critical complexity’ as initiated by Cilliers (Preiser & Cilliers 2010, Woermann & Cilliers 2012) and to explain why this ‘brand’ of complexity differs from other interpretations of complexity that are mainly interested in descriptive interpretations of complexity. up until now.