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German-Canadian biologist and philosopher, Ludwig von Bertalanffy presents the revolutionary foundation, development, and applications of general system theory. This conceptual approach, created by Bertalanffy has had a profound impact on widely diverse disciplines, from biology to psychology.

Gathered here are Ludwig von Bertalanffy's writing on general system theory, selected and edited to show the evolution of systems theory and to present its applications for problem solving. This is the most successful attempt to formulate common laws that apply to virtually every scientific field. Bertalanffy's concepts remain as relevant now as they were in 1969. This is a must have for anyone interested in learning the language of how things work together.

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