Social Systems, ‘social Order’ and ‘Entropy Reserves’ in Society

  • D. Malić


In this paper we have defined the idea of’ social order’ for the social system similar to the idea of ‘biological order’ for the biological system. It has been established that man’s creative activity, together with his awareness of belonging to the social community and his self-discipline, is the most essential feature of’ social order’. It is, therefore, the task of man to replace, consciously and on the principles of self-discipline and self-management, the outdated entropic structures (entropy reserves) in society by new (young) negentropic ones.


Social Order Social Community Free Disposal Consumer Society Cosmic Space 
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© The World Organisation of General Systems and Cybernetics 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • D. Malić
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Beograd and Banja LukaBeogradYugoslavia

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