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Bureaucracy Fails because it Must

Deterministic assumptions have a tendency to reproduce the kinds of dissonance for which those assumptions are best suited to further negotiate; bureaucracies thrive in precisely this way. This is a question as of how (and perhaps why) systems tend to abstract models of their components that ever so slightly misrepresent those parts in ways that, as generative discontinuity, provide the optimal entropic transmission medium for those systems. This is, among other things, an argument for the ontological identity (i.e. reality) of the information patterns and symmetries we inhabit but that quite equally, inversely and as though by stealth also inhabit us and our organisational systems.

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