The Life and Behavior of Living Organisms: A General



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The Life and Behavior of Living Organisms: A General Theory [Reading] ➼ The Life and Behavior of Living Organisms: A General Theory Author Elliott Jaques – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Jaues presents a totally new general theoretical foundation for understanding the individual and social behavior of all living organisms In contrast to existing theories of behavior which are static J Jaues and Behavior of Living PDF \ presents and Behavior ePUB ☆ a totally new general theoretical foundation for understanding the individual and social behavior of all living organisms In contrast to existing theories of behavior which are static Jaues has succeeded in breaking through to a truly dynamic orientation This The Life ePUB í breakthrough resulted from his fundamental research into work organizations that led to the realization that the difference between inanimate processes and all living behavior is that all Life and Behavior of Living MOBI :Ê living behavior is composed of intentional goal directed workThis continuous work entails the use of Life and Behavior MOBI ô judgment in choosing goals and in making the decisions necessary to get to these goals This work process is the same in all living organisms including humans It is an ineffable process of the total organism inaccessible to direct observation and experience Life and Behavior of Living MOBI :Ê Intentionality is the dynamic of behavior This discovery has led over the past years to extensive discoveries objective measures of work complexity and of the level of complexity capability of individuals in all species; how human language differs from communication in other species; the need to distinguish between horizontal evolutionary mutations within a given level of capability and vertical evolution to species with higher levels of complexity; the nature of freedom within mutual trust inducing constraints Set forth to radically change the nature of all behavioral and social sciences in the new millenium Jaues' analysis is essential reading for all scholars students and researchers as well as the general public involved with the behavior of living organisms.