An intellectual methodology for the study of "qualitative transformation processes in which there are three of more systems that interact synchronically" (R. RODRIGUEZ DELGADO, 1991, p.8).
Introducing this neologism RODRIGUEZ DELGADO states: "Processes of change and qualitative transformations are not linear. In complex systems – individual and social – many inputs enter by different ways and are elaborated in many forms. Some inputs are preserved in memories. Multiple outputs impact on different environments. Therefore the triadic logical structure of dialectics appears as a methodology that can be useful only in some extreme cases" (p.8).
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