This dossier of Revista de Occidente comprises three Uncategorizeds that deal with different ways of doing complexity science. Physicist Yaneer Bar-Yam talks about his research on complex systems such as the health system, the economy, or the military. Historian David Christian explores his concept of “Big History” and explains the consequences that this paradigm has for both teaching and research in History. Digital Humanist and Baroque expert Juan-Luis Suárez explains the first step of a methodology to consider the Baroque, and other cultural phenomena, as systems of culture.
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