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Transcending Duality through Tensional Integrity: From systems-versus-networks to


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23. Fuller makes the following points about tension / Fuller makes the following points about tension.  It is comprehensive, attractive and inherently integral. It is both omni- and supradirectional. It is universally cohering and comprehensively finite. It is inherently total  (p. 359).

23. Fuller makes the following points about tension / Fuller makes the following points about tension.  It is comprehensive, attractive and inherently integral. It is both omni- and supradirectional. It is universally cohering and comprehensively finite. It is inherently total  (p. 359).

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