Chaos Theory and Society
Chaos theory is a theory whose goal is to describe and explain extremely complicated behavior of systems that seem to be chaotic and unpredictable, but in fact are based on a particular order. The behavior of some physical systems cannot be described with the regular laws of physics. The reason is that the mathematical mechanism, which could possibly describe such systems, would be too complicated even for super-power computers. (The Biointernet School)
Ordered systems can also become chaotic, for example, when a uniform flow of water hits a rock, it becomes turbulent. A lack of adequate descriptions indicates that standard prediction of the behavior of these systems is also impossible.
Fractal structures can be demonstrated by the structures of living organisms, for example, romanesco broccoli that consists of similar elements, which are repeated many times. Therefore, its single inflorescence represents the whole head of the vegetable.
However, chaos theory offers mathematical methods that enable us to describe chaotic systems and even make some generalized prediction of their probable behavior. This theory is applied to descriptions of seemingly complicated phenomena that can be modeled with the help of frequent repetition of simple mathematical formulas.
To put this another way, a small part of the system reminds the whole system, that’s why a possibility to provide a mathematical description of its part makes it possible to describe the system as a whole. www.korotkov.info
We can also see the reflection of the chaos theory in the structure of the society, as described in the works of Philip Kotler. A representative of a society with a certain social position, residence, cultural and educational level, despite their individual uniqueness, presents a complete picture of the whole society.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOCIAL CLASS
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