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Studies of Nonlinear Phenomena in Life Science
Self-organization has become a well-established phenomenon in physics. It is now also propagated as an important phenomenon in psychology. What is the difference between these two forms of self-organization? One important way in which these two forms are distinguished is by the additional presence of some internal guiding force in the psychological case. Kelso in particular defends such a two-component view on self-organization. I will refer to this addition to mere physical self-organizationdoi:10.1142/9789812564399_0012 fatcat:6cmh2xdpgfczffd3jaukt2zyqi