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DEMOCRACY IN PRACTICE: a cybernetic explanation

In most countries today there exist a high level of complexity arising out of a multitude of goals perused and activities carried out at macro and micro level organizations. Apart from the delay in gathering, collating and interpreting the data on these events, there exists the perceptional bias in the mind of individuals and organizations, especially political organizations. As a consequence, the man on the street is at a loss as to whom to trust. What is the extent of benefit or harm from…See More
Sep 8
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"Recently I viewed your attempt to explain Economics through Management cybernetics and made a remark on the neeed to understand the Psyche of an organization/country. You would recall my earlier blog on Mind of a Nation. I have concept designs to…"
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I am afriend of Prof. Stafford Beer and miss him eversince. I met him a number of times. The deep influence can be seen in the short vedio clip on "Cybernetic Governance" in google vedios/youtube.
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DEMOCRACY IN PRACTICE: a cybernetic explanation

In most countries today there exist a high level of complexity arising out of a multitude of goals perused and activities carried out at macro and micro level organizations. Apart from the delay in gathering, collating and interpreting the data on these events, there exists the perceptional bias in the mind of individuals and organizations, especially political organizations. As a consequence, the man on the street is at a loss as to whom to trust. What is the extent of benefit or…

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Posted on September 8, 2019 at 9:18am

Cybernetic Identity of People residing in a Nation

Generally in the past, the identity of people residing in a country is symbolized by the language they speak or the religion they follow.  However, in the modern times people that speak different languages and follow different religion live together to form a nation-having a national flag, national anthem, constitution and usually one official language. Countries that follow some form of democracy run into a problem relating to their civil rights, such as, freedom to practice their…

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Posted on November 28, 2017 at 10:16am

CAN NATIONS BE RUN LIKE A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION ?

It is tempting to as to why can’t a successful CEO of a giant corporation? Certainly yes, anything is possible but in all likelihood he may not be able to run the nation a as successfully. While it is true that both a business organization and a nation are human organizations-although in cybernetic terms,   nation is many fold more complex than a business organization.  Apart from this similarity, there are much dissimilarity between the two.

  1. 1.       A business…
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Posted on February 22, 2017 at 5:25pm — 1 Comment

Study of Cybernetic Science of Thinking

Cybernetics of the Science of Thinking

I think the time has come when cyberneticians and scientific thinkers the world over should unite to evolve the cybernetics of the Science of Thinking; that is, the Scientific laws of thinking and the technology of thinking. In a decade now a quantum jump in the mode of thinking (including bio computing and A.I etc) has taken place. The explosion of knowledge in different  fields have over stretched the limits of human understanding ,so there is…

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Posted on July 7, 2016 at 10:16am

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At 8:46pm on October 3, 2011, Javier Livas said…
Please write me if you wish. javierlivas@mac.com
At 10:06am on October 4, 2011, Bhuvaneshwar Joshi said…
Thank you.I would wtrite to you at length soon.
At 7:45am on December 26, 2014, Timothy Sadleir Falkiner said…

I have not written anything recently on cybernetics. I wrote my book, Scientific Legislation, twenty years ago and nobody, at least nobody in the legal profession, seemed to understand it. So I did not continue the work.

My work on the application of cybernetic principles to legislation has been outside any university framework and although I have lectured to two parliamentary counsel offices and made enquiries at local universities the universities just do not understand. My book looked at legislation in the context of software engineering; it viewed legislation as a control system in many ways similar to software engineering as constituting a control system for computers. I now want to expand the area of knowledge covered by the book as I am beginning to understand more about some of the areas of cybernetics. I suppose in one sense I am approaching cybernetics from the viewpoint of a lawyer whereas cybernetitians are approaching law from the background of control systems experts. But at the moment I think there is a gulf between the two and if you are going to implement a cybernetic state you need to be able to sell it to the lawyers and show them at the level of detail how it works and how they can implement it. And I think that can also give the lawyers an understanding. We have to understand that the way lawyers are taught makes it very difficult for them to think in systems terms. It took me about eight years from when I started my town planning course and was introduced to people like Harry Parsons from the UK who had attended lectures by Norbert Wiener.

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