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    Complex and Unexpected Situations in Society

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    Taleb, Nassim and Kobayashi-Solomon all discuss events that appear to be unforeseeable, yet have the power to put large and complex organizations at risk of non-survival. Do you think that complexity will ultimately become so unmanageable and the potential effects so dramatic that it may portend extensive social and civil collapse?

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    No, I don't believe that complexity has the ability to initiate the collapse of society, but complex organizations that fail to adapt and improve will continue to unnecessarily complicate society's ...

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    The solution examines whether unexpected events can cause the collapse of society.