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''<blockquote>(1) an approach to understanding the nature of complex things by reducing them to the interactions of their parts</blockquote>
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''<blockquote>(1) an approach to understanding the nature of complex things by reducing them to the interactions of their parts.'' (M’Pherson 1974)</blockquote>
  
''<blockquote>(2) a view that a complex system is nothing but the sum of its parts, and that it can be fully understood by examination of those parts</blockquote>
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''<blockquote>(2) a view that a complex system is nothing but the sum of its parts, and that it can be fully understood by examination of those parts. (M’Pherson 1974)</blockquote>
  
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(1) and (2) M’Pherson, P, K. 1974. "A perspective on systems science and systems philosophy." ''Futures'' 6(3) (June 1974):219-239.
M’Pherson, P, K. 1974. A perspective on systems science and systems philosophy.  Futures Volume 6, Issue 3, June 1974, Pages 219-239
 
  
 
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(1) an approach to understanding the nature of complex things by reducing them to the interactions of their parts. (M’Pherson 1974)

(2) a view that a complex system is nothing but the sum of its parts, and that it can be fully understood by examination of those parts. (M’Pherson 1974)

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(1) and (2) M’Pherson, P, K. 1974. "A perspective on systems science and systems philosophy." Futures 6(3) (June 1974):219-239.

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