Beliefs, Models, Analogies


Order and Chaos are Not Objective, They are Determined by the Observer.

"With this we have-re-entered, through a rear door, the field of communication--probably just at the moment the reader was beginning to wonder what all this had to do with the subject of this book. For once it is understood that contrary to general belief, order and chaos are not objective truths, but--like so many other things in life--determined by the perspective of the observer, it becomes possible to look at communication and certain disturbances of communication from a new vantage point."