A “Weak” Reflection on Unpredictability and Social Theory
Keywords: Theory, Knowledge, Self-Organization, Complexity, Reflexivity, Subjectivity
AbstractThis concise reflection seeks to comprehensively interconnect the well-established theoretical and methodological logic of self-organization with a new reflexive ethos and aesthetic of epistemic modesty and humility. A brief elaboration on the issue of unpredictability further encourages a suitable and sustainable analytic framework for generating, developing and cultivating a radical ethics/aesthetics of epistemological weakness, as well as a sense of less strong and more reflexive sociological/philosophical worldview.
Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)
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