Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes

La monografía presenta la auto-organización sociopolítica como la mejor manera de lograr patrones organizados en los sistemas sociales humanos, dada su naturaleza compleja y la imposibilidad de las tareas computacionales de los regímenes políticos clásico, debido a que operan con control jerárquico,...

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Autor Principal: Mezza-García, Nathalie
Otros Autores: Maldonado, Carlos Eduardo
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2013
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Acceso en línea:http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/4387
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topic Self-Organizarion
Complexity
Political Regimes
Political Systems
Anarchy
Complex Networks
Optimization
Interactive Computation
Sociopolitical Self-Organization
Sciences of Complexity
Mezza-Garcia
Carlos Eduardo Maldonado
Análisis de sistemas
Complejidad (Filosofía)
Interacción social
Regímenes políticos
Sistemas políticos
Sistemas sociales
Auto-organización
Complejidad
Ciencias de la Complejidad
Anarquía
Redes Complejas
Auto-Organización Sociopolítica
Computación Interactiva
Optimización
Mezza-Garcia
Carlos Eduardo Maldonado
spellingShingle Self-Organizarion
Complexity
Political Regimes
Political Systems
Anarchy
Complex Networks
Optimization
Interactive Computation
Sociopolitical Self-Organization
Sciences of Complexity
Mezza-Garcia
Carlos Eduardo Maldonado
Análisis de sistemas
Complejidad (Filosofía)
Interacción social
Regímenes políticos
Sistemas políticos
Sistemas sociales
Auto-organización
Complejidad
Ciencias de la Complejidad
Anarquía
Redes Complejas
Auto-Organización Sociopolítica
Computación Interactiva
Optimización
Mezza-Garcia
Carlos Eduardo Maldonado
Mezza-García, Nathalie
Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
description La monografía presenta la auto-organización sociopolítica como la mejor manera de lograr patrones organizados en los sistemas sociales humanos, dada su naturaleza compleja y la imposibilidad de las tareas computacionales de los regímenes políticos clásico, debido a que operan con control jerárquico, el cual ha demostrado no ser óptimo en la producción de orden en los sistemas sociales humanos. En la monografía se extrapola la teoría de la auto-organización en los sistemas biológicos a las dinámicas sociopolíticas humanas, buscando maneras óptimas de organizarlas, y se afirma que redes complejas anárquicas son la estructura emergente de la auto-organización sociopolítica.
author2 Maldonado, Carlos Eduardo
author_facet Maldonado, Carlos Eduardo
Mezza-García, Nathalie
format Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
author Mezza-García, Nathalie
author_sort Mezza-García, Nathalie
title Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
title_short Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
title_full Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
title_fullStr Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
title_full_unstemmed Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
title_sort self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes
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spelling ir-10336-43872019-09-19T12:37:01Z Self-organized sociopolitical interactions as the best way to achieve organized patterns in human social systems: going beyond the top-down control of classical political regimes Mezza-García, Nathalie Maldonado, Carlos Eduardo Self-Organizarion Complexity Political Regimes Political Systems Anarchy Complex Networks Optimization Interactive Computation Sociopolitical Self-Organization Sciences of Complexity Mezza-Garcia Carlos Eduardo Maldonado Análisis de sistemas Complejidad (Filosofía) Interacción social Regímenes políticos Sistemas políticos Sistemas sociales Auto-organización Complejidad Ciencias de la Complejidad Anarquía Redes Complejas Auto-Organización Sociopolítica Computación Interactiva Optimización Mezza-Garcia Carlos Eduardo Maldonado La monografía presenta la auto-organización sociopolítica como la mejor manera de lograr patrones organizados en los sistemas sociales humanos, dada su naturaleza compleja y la imposibilidad de las tareas computacionales de los regímenes políticos clásico, debido a que operan con control jerárquico, el cual ha demostrado no ser óptimo en la producción de orden en los sistemas sociales humanos. En la monografía se extrapola la teoría de la auto-organización en los sistemas biológicos a las dinámicas sociopolíticas humanas, buscando maneras óptimas de organizarlas, y se afirma que redes complejas anárquicas son la estructura emergente de la auto-organización sociopolítica. The monograph extrapolates the theory of self-organization in biological organisms to sociopolitical self-organization, in human social systems. It is stated that the latter is the best way to organize human social systems, given their complex nature and the impossibility of the computational dynamics that classical political regimes must perform in order to, unsuccesfully, try to organize human social systems by means of top-down control. 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