Systems thought is essentially based on recognizing the existence of structural relations but, from the philosophical point of view, there are no accounts about this particular and specific topic. In my paper I would present a proposal focused on some elements from Heidegger’s ontology in comparison with a systemic one, in order to provide some contents for this issue. I’m especially focusing on the interconnection between the Greek and Aristotelian terms physis (φύσις), logos (λόγος) and on (ον), conceived within the Heideggerian interpretation, to display how incompleteness and openness are required for the development of a systemic ontology, with even important consequences in a systemic approach to the human being.

Bartolini, E. (2019). Systemic ontology and Heidegger's ontology: a discussion on systems and λόγος. In Systemics of Incompleteness and Quasi-Systems (pp.147-154). Springer, Cham [10.1007/978-3-030-15277-2_9].

Systemic ontology and Heidegger's ontology: a discussion on systems and λόγος

Bartolini, E
2019

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Systems thought is essentially based on recognizing the existence of structural relations but, from the philosophical point of view, there are no accounts about this particular and specific topic. In my paper I would present a proposal focused on some elements from Heidegger’s ontology in comparison with a systemic one, in order to provide some contents for this issue. I’m especially focusing on the interconnection between the Greek and Aristotelian terms physis (φύσις), logos (λόγος) and on (ον), conceived within the Heideggerian interpretation, to display how incompleteness and openness are required for the development of a systemic ontology, with even important consequences in a systemic approach to the human being.
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Systems, Heidegger, ontology, complexity, relation
English
7. Congresso Nazionale di Sistemica
978-3-030-15276-5
Bartolini, E. (2019). Systemic ontology and Heidegger's ontology: a discussion on systems and λόγος. In Systemics of Incompleteness and Quasi-Systems (pp.147-154). Springer, Cham [10.1007/978-3-030-15277-2_9].
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