Comment on Bizarre Systems Thinking

CoCreatr Sun, Sep 12, 2010
Thank you, Ben. Indeed you showed me bizarre — as scientific. I only showed bizarre as primitive art and bow in admiration. What would there be that is not bizarre?

The fact that truth transcends theoremhood , in any given formal system, is called "incompleteness" of that system .

Douglas R. Hofstadter: Gödel, Escher, Bach (1999) p. 86

Which is essentially proof that you are right. It seems we both agree that reductionist science only goes so far. How about a few more steps of progress using holistic approaches as advocated by Monica Anderson and others. Are there others? Who?