AAMCH

Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

Swiss Disorder

November 20th, 2016

The central approach of this new concept tells us that disorder, turbulence, disorganization and the unexpected are constitutive aspects of a reality that scientific research has to address and unravel. Chaos is present in the universe, in nature and also in society and exerts a fascination that has given rise to the emergence of what some consider as one of the major inventions that have revolutionized the history of civilizations 15 clutter our every day, give us your chaotic blessing… where is the attraction of the society by the order? Everything goes back to the Industrial Revolution and its paradigm of the efficiency of the machines, and the mandates of the paradigm of the serial production taylorist model, ordering processes according to a sharing of tasks. But long before, religious dogma were who disseminated the thesis of the social order as mystical dogma, so outside the norm of social organization or the dogmatic episteme, the disordered person would face serious problems. But not everything is negative, in the disorder as they checked it and claim figures of science, literature or politics, which were disorganized half-hearted in his public and private life. A graphic and notorious example was the desk of Albert Einstein. It was absolute chaos and occasionally defended publicly its mess with statements like this: “If a table crowded is symptom of a disordered mind, then what to think of an empty desk?” Alexander Fleming is another example of productive disorder”. It was vacation without ordering or clean his laboratory and upon returning found mold in their cultivation of bacteria, which allowed him to discover the antibiotic action of penicillin.

Another example? The famous Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget. “Piaget lived in complete chaos, and when stated that it was a total chaos” is not exaggerated. Papers and books reached the ceiling of almost all the rooms in your House, because never failed to check whether the sanitary rooms were also infusing papers, books or notes. .