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Without depending on arbitrary decisions at the top, differentiated parts utilize their own specific knowledge and knowhow. The differentiated parts may screen and sort information and resources from outside before transmitting them—producing demands or pressures, in a political sense—to the policy-making circle. In other words, the processes of input, conversion, output, and feedback occur in diverse ways in the system. For this reason, a highly internally Introduction 25 differentiated system with openness may have a safety device that buffers shocks produced by fluctuations in the environment.
Drawing from the Greek myth, Sigmund Freud developed this notion as an explanation of human psychological development. By the oedipus complex is meant a boy’s tendency not only to seek his mother’s affection and to try to monopolize her presence in his childhood but also to view his father as a competitor and to have a vague desire to kill—to eliminate the presence of—his father. Such development in a boy’s childhood brings him into conflict with his father, but the boy typically recognizes the father’s dominant power and attempts to assimilate himself to the father’s power and authority.
41 As systems theorists have aptly noted, it is not just the continuation and preservation of identity in the face of change. 42 In general, continuous internal differentiation may enhance the degree of a system’s viability. With internal differentiation, the system becomes a more flexible and adaptable one in coping with its environment. In this respect, a system that exhibits a high degree of internal differentiation appears, at first glance, to be unstable, but is durable in the long run. Such a highly internally differentiated system is exemplified by a democracy.