The growing incommunication between specialists of all trade resulting from increasingly partialized specialization.
While specialization is the condition of efficiency and genuine well founded knowledge in every specific trade, it also provokes a growing disconnection between specialists, as a result of the emergence of specialized jargons.
Systemics tries to create meta-concepts and a metalanguage of isomorphic or homomorphic models whose validity should cover as wide specialized areas as possible. It does not intend in any way to replace or reinvent specialized knowledge. Its real main aim is to restablish a higher degree of reciprocal understanding, in particular when numerous specialists must collaborate in the management of a complex situation or the co-participative design of some project.
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