The Theory of Knowledge of Hugh of Saint Victor by John P. Kleinz

By John P. Kleinz

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A solution of this problem is developed in Part I1 by means of the so-called coordination principles. ” They not only indicate how to coordinate specialized units, but, even more, they indicate the possibilities for new kinds of specializations by offering new methods of coordination. Let us repeat the fact that the proposed solutions are normative, and their value for any particular type of organization has to be assessed separately. The coordination principles and coordination methods developed in Part I1 have also a descriptive value.

A special purpose computer may be designed to perform special functions such as process control, routine engineering, or business data processing and then modeled as an appropriate single stratum system such as a digital controller or guidance correction apparatus. Contexts in which the operation of a system on diflerent strata is described are not, in general, mutually related; the principles or laws used to characterize the system on any stratum cannot generally be derived from the principles used on other strata.

Relevance of Multilevel Systems to Organization Theory 21 generally, the decision-making units which are used as building blocks of multilevel systems possess what is called “ discretion ” of a decision-maker: the response of the unit is specified by a satisfaction problem, the solution of which is generally not unique; selection of the actual action depends,therefore, upon the discretion of the unit. The formalism provides, more specifically, for all four types of “discretion” as defined by Simon.

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