The Something Monologues

TSM116 : Assemblage Theory

More than a decade ago, when I was trying to understand how reality is structured, I came up with the idea of things being assembled in certain ways. Later I learned about Assemblage Theory in systems theory, sociology and ecology and began applying the idea to other aspects of reality. Assemblage Theory is a good tool for understanding how things come together to create larger structures and 'bioscapes'. It may also be a useful tool for understanding how human and extraterrestrial civilizations arise and how the Creator Races create new worlds and places for life to evolve.

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TSM45 : Systems Theory

In this monologue I discuss one of my favourite subjects - Systems Theory. I explore the basic concepts of systems theory and some of the ways in which Systems Theory can be used to make sense of the world around us through such things as Natural Systems, Family Systems and Chaos Theory. I also describe my experience watching butterflies dancing around the bracken fern.

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