Erwin Laszlo

Chaos is the appearance that present situations of high complexity, not being necessarily opposed to order. The complex systems of the postmodern economy and dynamic systems that print you to the law society are on the brink of chaos and are regenerated through the. And then There is one of the most beautiful statements and at the same time more terrible, from the pen of Bolz: without chaos there is no freedom, and without it the legis imperatur is impossible. Thus conceived, the old philosophical dilemma, referring to how it is possible free will in a world dominated by natural laws, finds a surprising solution when deterministic legal systems show chaotic behavior; and then this chaos space that builds individual freedom in the midst of the laws. Systemic research of the chaos in the right has led to two fundamental understandings. The chaos has a hidden order and the order can be converted into chaos.

Conceived in this way, the theory of dissipative systems, radical constructivism and Cybernetics of third generation enable understanding of society as a complex and alive, nervous system with decisions normatizadas and decentralized decision-making, in which political control subsystems function as a Synapse or multitude of individuals acting in parallel and form simultaneously, from simple rules, to make emerge a collective intelligent behavior likely to solve the problems that arise in communities. Erwin Laszlo pointed out, with regard to this issue, which from time to time, societies enter a chaotic state, that he not associates it with anarchy (one of the triggers of the chaos that we’ll discuss in the next essay) but rather with the ultra social sensitivity as a visible manifestation or prelude to change. In a chaotic condition says Albert Ross on law, p.p.87 – the society is sensitive to any small fluctuation, every new idea, new movement, new way of thinking and acting.



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