I am familiar with the idea of a hierarchy, the ordered system of structure in which the most important are at the top, but I have not heard of a heterarchy
By Richard Quest/CNN I learned a new word today: Heterarchy
of values determined by the topology of nervous nets.
Assumptions of hierarchy and heterarchy
, with application to the management of the multinational corporation.
In the new governance construal of the pollution inventory approach, the regulator appears as merely one actor in a broader network of social forces, while governance emerges through a heterarchy
of diverse stakeholders, both public and private, each of whom participates in distinct but intersecting ways in an ongoing social interaction.
We invite readers to explore theoretical concepts such as emergence, holism, mutual causality, indeterminism, polarity thinking, irreducibility, quantum physics logic (nonlinear dynamics and novelty), heterarchy
, and the butterfly effect, all of which suggest ways of thinking that can offer creative solutions to some of our most challenging problems.
the centrality of conflict in the European Union and the United States", en Ruling the world?
and the Analysis of Complex Societies.
7) For the concepts of heterarchy
and network in legal scholarship, see Gunther Teubner, "And if I by Beelzebub Cast out Devils, .
It is about the move from countryside to metropolis, from unum to pluribus, from hierarchy to heterarchy
in all aspects of cultural and economic life.
The next generation of assembling systems is of hybrid type, which combines two basic control structures and principles: a centralized control system, based on the hierarchy, and a self-organizing control system, based on the heterarchy
Policy coordination and effective heterarchy
in the subnational processes of institutional re-scaling: the case of the Province of Cordoba, Argentina.