Evolution of Complex Systems Lecture 8: Politics and law Peter Andras / Bruce Charlton email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Objectives Society Information subsystem: political system Politics Information subsystem of politics: the legal system The legal system
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Lecture 8: Politics and law
Peter Andras / Bruce Charlton
1. Is it true that everybody participates in the political system ?
2. Is it true that the collection of census data is an action of the political system ?
3. Is it true that a new higher education policy is an action of the political system ?
4. Is it true that elections are meaningless in a democratic political system ? What about in a one-party system ?
5. Is it true that parties are professional institutions in the political system ?
6. Is it true that political institutions add implicit meaning to communications by sharpening the continuation distributions ?
7. Is it true that judges create actions of the legal system ? Do they create also perceptions of it ?