Contemporary theories on complex adaptive systems stem from a
natural science perspective. Paul Cilliers was one of the first
complexity thinkers to translate the theoretical concepts into a
qualitative and normative understanding of complexity. This
collected volume of essays consolidates his later work. The
introduction by Preiser and Woermann reflects on the significance
ofhis contribution within the broader field of complex systems
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