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Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Complex systems have mechanisms, not leaders. (Lectures on )
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Joe Norman Nov 19
Replying to @nntaleb
to the extent they have leaders, they are emergent -> they arise out of the interactions, they don't dictate the interactions.
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Oliver Lopez-Corona Nov 19
Replying to @normonics @nntaleb
In that sense (emergent) lidership, is a mechanism
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Sanjeev Sanyal Nov 19
Replying to @nntaleb
Not mechanisms but "attractors" that can act as organizing principals. Sometimes, exceptional leaders can act as "attractors".
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Giovanni B. Ponzetto Nov 19
Replying to @nntaleb
and above all, they don't have "regulating authorities".
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Ellis Alfred Swearengen Nov 23
Replying to @gbponz @nntaleb
...and authorities regulating "regulating authorities".
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Nacho Oliveras Nov 19
Replying to @nntaleb
But even if this is the case, cannot a leader appear as an "emergent property"?
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Oliver Lopez-Corona Nov 19
Yes, they are mechanism themselves, just as says
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Dave Collum Nov 19
Replying to @nntaleb
...and evolve.
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