Systemic law: 1. Whenever an observer distinguishes a collection of elements that are interconnected in a way such that if he or she acts on one of them acts on all, the observer distinguishes a system.
According to this systemic law whatever encounters an organism may have as a molecular system triggers in it a flow of molecular changes that extends through it. The way in which this flow of molecular changes happens in any particular organisms depends at any instant, on the dynamic molecular architecture of the organism at that instant. At the same time this systemic law connotes the spontaneous constitution of systems through the operational coherence of their components.
Systemic law: 2. Whenever in a collection of elements a configuration of relations begins to be conserved, a space is opened for all to change around the configuration of relations being conserved.
According to this systemic law the conservation of a particular configuration of relations in a collection of elements results in that such collection of elements arises as a totality in a relational space defined by a dynamic border that arises through the conservation of the configuration of relations conserved
Systemic law: 3. Nothing occurs in the operation of the cosmos in general, or in the operation of living systems in particular, because the consequences of that operation are or may be in any way necessary for its occurrence.
According to this systemic law, teleological explanatory notions can only be accepted as metaphoric evocations of the understanding of the observer, not as characterisations of the operation of the processes being explained. As such teleological notions sooner than later generate domains of blindness for the newcomers if they are not protected by their understanding.¿Qué tal les parece? ¿Observaciones?