In this presentation, the concept of self-organization is described.

Self-organization is the prevailing type of organization in living systems, yet it is seldom discussed, or even recognized.

The natural laws that bring self-organization about are discussed.

The effects of self-organisation, as nestedness and supersystem support are penetrated

The difference between holarchies and hierarchies is explained and exemplified. Examples are given from biological systems.

Audience: People interested in complex systems, organization structures, life systems, philosophy

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