Thursday, 21 June 2007

"The whole is more than the sum of its parts".

Within Holism

When you decide something for your own it becomes a great dilemma just how your surrounding may react. If there is something everybody wants you to do. You will definitely find a hand. Surprisingly, if it's only you who want, every entity inside you will create the same power.
Regarding the phrase by Aristotle, an ignorance factor is highly considered, in which I would call it motion factor.
A Tensional relationship happens between the two previous examples. And by grouping synonymies; [more ~ the power of the inside] together and [sum of parts ~ the power of the outside] together, we start to realize:

Figure-as-whole figure
Figures-as-whole figures
Whole figure = whole figures
Figure = figures in the power of whole

We can conclude from this analysis that the power of the whole is a strategy that is adjustable in its materialistic entity based on the iterated situation and an instant change of the number of participants, qualifications or actions of each entity.

If we rely on this theory, we can understand that all actions and its positive and negative reactions have an apparently unpredicted factor. This factor should be from the elements –participants- of situation(x) to be:

Whole = [ ( limx to ∞ ) . ( limy to ∞ ) ] + Σ(K+T)

K= the unpredicted factor (the happening)
T= time

In the equation above, I have isolated time from the happening in order to activate the positive/negative behavior of the happening.
And as we start to apply this theory, we can find that the abnormal is not time dependent but only time located. And by this manner only we can cover the complexity of holism and target the abnormity in its context.

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