2.8.2 Complexity

Generative complexity is a form of (three types of) emergent causality with potential nonlineair effect over time thriving on the causal dynamics of interaction.  


  1. These possibilities may take place within a loop of a reciprocal relationship between two entities in interaction
  2. The dynamics within the loop between two entities may operate as complexly generative processes, generating the different effects through[…]''increase.
  3. The effects may become greater than 1 when the formula for the loop effect as multiplier gets higher than 1
  4. The effects in terms of variety in behaviour are limited by the human need for recognition