REDUCIBILITY (Non-) 1)2)
Non-reducibility is a typical property of autopoietic systems, which, by definition, must be recursive.
This means that the system cannot be much simplified, by suppressing elements and/or not considering recurrent reconstructive interactions, mostly multiple and simultaneous. Doing this could decisively alter it, or even destroy it.
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