self-organisation love



from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. organizing yourself (especially organizing your own labor union)


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  • And constraints imposed "from above" by universal principles of phenotypic form and self-organisation – that is, through the minimum energy expenditure, shortest paths, optimal packing and so on, down to the morphology and structure of organisms.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • In other words, these ballets in the sky are the automatic expression of simple acts of self-organisation.

    Why birds of a feather flock together

  • Qualifier: the ‘thing’ in question is built using openness, participation and self-organisation.

    Boing Boing

  • Associations can either tap into that, facilitating self-organisation that benefits the association, or can ignore it.

    Why is social media important to civil society?

  • But the most significant and influential thinker of self-organisation in the past century was undoubtedly Friedrich Hayek, the intellectual progenitor of neoliberalism.

    Self-organisation & rule-following

  • Should the recession turn into a depression, the capacity to motivate people into constructive self-organisation and collective action can make the difference between survival and catastrophe.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • A BarCamp is supposedly all about self-organisation, which meant that if you wanted to go here and give a lecture, you could.

    Blogfest in Urbino

  • Strengthen the voice of rural South Africans, empower poor communities and build the momentum behind agrarian change and land reform by supporting the self-organisation of rural people; working together with progressive movements and organisations and building forums and structures through which rural people can articulate their demands and interests.


  • Mathematical techniques that were absent when Karl Marx wrote his seminal PhD thesis titled "The difference between the Democritean and Epicurean philosophy of nature", now teaches us that self-organisation is the most efficient and robust technique of organising complex systems and therefore of accumulating capital.


  • Socialism is about self-organisation not welfare-ism, which has led us to having a top-down statist approach with Labour embedded at all levels of our civic society.

    so now what -we need an economic revolution not a re-write


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