a System (S) is one of four simple rules in DSRP Theory; it states that we organize systems universally and when we do, those systems are comprised of two interacting elements: a part (p) and an whole (w)
It is important to note that "a system" has a very different meaning than the term "System (S)" which is used in DSRP Theory. These are two different uses of the same term. In DSRP, the term System (S) means "the co-implication of the base-pair elements: part-whole" whereas the minimal viable definition of "a system" is simply, "two or more related parts"
Learn more about Systems here:
- Systems tag on CRL Blog