Many additional DDC’s added. Might be comprehensive enough.

Many additional DDC’s added. Might be comprehensive enough.

# Fundamental Nature of Change
## Dynamics
### Intrinsic change: Flux, Transformation, Evolution, Perpetual motion, Renewal
#### Change as intrinsic to being itself
##### Pervasive nature of change at macro and micro levels
##### Impossibility of static objects or fixed forms
##### All concepts and categories are unstable
##### 1.4 Research
##### 4 Data processing and computer science
##### 6.3 Artificial Intelligence
##### 629.892 Robotics
##### 629.8 Automation
##### 501 Philosophy and theory of natural science
##### 509 Historical, geographic, persons treatment of natural sciences
##### 530 Physics
##### 539 Modern physics
##### 535 Light and related radiations
##### 501 Philosophy of science
##### 510 Mathematics
##### 523.1 Cosmology
##### 536 Thermodynamics
### Apparent stability: Maintenance, Adaptation, Relative stability, Context-dependence
#### Constant transformation underlies all apparent stability
##### Maintenance of stability requires constant work and adaptation
##### Stability is relative, temporary and context dependent
##### Steady states are dynamic equilibria
##### 153.43 Resilience (Personality trait)
##### 158.1 Personal improvement and analysis
##### 179.9 Vocational guidance
##### 370.15 Education – Learning theories
##### 620.11 Engineering materials
### Sustained change: Persistence, Regeneration, Discontinuities
#### Even continuity is sustained change
##### Persistence requires constant regeneration and reproduction
##### The unchanging is sustained by internal ongoing alteration
##### Continuity hides fundamental discontinuities
##### 158.12 Meditation
##### 152.4 Emotions
##### 142.7 Transpersonal psychology
##### 133 Parapsychology
##### 570 Life sciences
##### 575 Specific topics in natural history of life
### Perspectival change: Frame of reference, Context, Observer-dependent
#### Change as perspectival
##### Dependent on frame of reference and vantage point
##### What is changed depends on context and scale observed
##### Different observers perceive different transformations
##### 121.68 Epistemology – Analogy
##### 128.2 Philosophy of Mind
##### 150 Psychology
##### 153 Cognitive Psychology
##### 150.1952 Comparative psychology
##### 809.933 Metaphor
##### 302.2 Communication
##### 001.4 Research
### Renewal through destruction: Destruction, Death, Novelty
#### Renewal through destruction
##### Destruction opens space for new forms and patterns
##### Death enables life through recycling of matter and energy
##### Old orders break down to allow novel configurations to emerge
##### 150.19 Parapsychology
##### 177.7 Ethics – Caring
##### 179 Ethics
##### 128.5 Ontology
##### 304.2 Human ecology
##### 616.8521 Post-traumatic stress disorder
##### 363.738 Climate change
##### 330 Economics
##### 360 Social services
# Hierarchy
## Scales of Change
### Quantum: Wavefunction collapse, Quantum tunneling and fluctuations, Excitation, decay, and transitions
#### Quantum
##### Wavefunction collapse
##### Quantum tunneling and fluctuations
##### Excitation, decay and transitions
##### 530.12 Quantum theory
##### 530.145 Quantum computing
##### 531 Classical Mechanics
##### 537.6 Electromagnetism
### Subatomic: Radioactive decay, Nuclear fusion and fission, Fundamental particle interactions
#### Subatomic
##### Radioactive decay
##### Nuclear fusion and fission
##### Fundamental particle interactions
##### 539.7 Physics – Subatomic particles
##### 539.72 Nuclear physics
##### 539.754 Particle accelerators
### Molecular: Bond formations and breaks, Isomerizations and conformational changes, Chemical reactions
#### Molecular
##### Bond formations and breaks
##### Isomerizations and conformational changes
##### Chemical reactions
##### 541 Physical chemistry
##### 542 Techniques, procedures, apparatus, equipment, materials
##### 547 Organic chemistry
##### 548 Crystallography
### Macromolecular: Protein folding and unfolding, Molecular assembly and disassembly, Genetic and epigenetic alterations
#### Macromolecular
##### Protein folding and unfolding
##### Molecular assembly and disassembly
##### Genetic and epigenetic alterations
##### 572 Molecular biology
##### 576.5 Genetics and evolution
##### 572.8 DNA structure and function
##### 572.6 Microbiology
### Cellular: Mitosis and cell division, Aging and senescence, Differentiation and specialization
#### Cellular
##### Mitosis and cell division
##### Aging and senescence
##### Differentiation and specialization
##### 571.6 Cytology
##### 572.8 DNA structure and function
##### 574 Not assigned or no longer used
### Tissue: Growth and atrophy, Wound healing and regeneration, Remodeling and adaptation
#### Tissue
##### Growth and atrophy
##### Wound healing and regeneration
##### Remodeling and adaptation
##### 611 Human anatomy
##### 612 Physiology
##### 616.07 Surgical procedures, Operative
##### 617 Orthopedic surgery
### Organismic: Developmental stages, Maturation and senescence, Body system interactions
#### Organismic
##### Developmental stages
##### Maturation and senescence
##### Body system interactions
##### 612.8233 Neurophysiology of imagination
##### 155.2 Developmental Psychology – Self-Esteem
##### 616.89 Communication disorders
##### 612 Physiology
##### 155 Developmental psychology
##### 611.6092 Evolution of bipedalism
##### 612.8 Neurology
##### 613.2 Health and disease
##### 618.2 Obstetrics
##### 599.938 Marine mammals
##### 599.36 Predatory mammals
# Forces
## Drivers of Change
### Thermodynamics: Spontaneous reactions, Entropy increase, Local energy gradients
#### Thermodynamics
##### Spontaneous reactions favor lower energy states
##### Entropy increase drives dispersal and randomization
##### Order arises through local energy gradients
##### 536 Thermodynamics
##### 537.5 Thermoelectricity
##### 540.13 Chemical Thermodynamics
##### 621.402 Thermodynamics (Engineering)
### Entropy production: Overall disorder increase, Self-organization, Complexity amid chaos
#### Entropy production
##### Overall disorder increases on macro level
##### Self-organization arises from precise local order
##### Gradual increases in complexity amid background chaos
##### 539.721 Physics – Statistical mechanics
##### 576.83 Population genetics
##### 509.6 Chaos theory
### Self-organization: Dynamical instability, Pattern formation, Emergence of order
#### Self-organization
##### Structure evolves through dynamical instability
##### Pattern formation through nonlinear feedback
##### Emergence of order from component interactions
##### 303.3 Coordination and cooperation
##### 302 Social interaction
##### 636.088 Animal training
##### 577 Ecology
##### 579 Environmental change
##### 613 Human ecology
##### 501 Philosophy and theory of natural sciences
##### 307 Urban communities
##### 624.15 Structural analysis (Engineering)
### Feedback loops: Reentry of output as input, Reinforcing and counteractive feedback, Interlevel feedback
#### Feedback loops
##### Reentry of output as input affects ongoing dynamics
##### Reinforcing and counteractive feedback shapes behavior
##### Interlevel feedback links processes across scales
##### 621.382 Signal processing
##### 153.69 Nonverbal communication
##### 591.59 Animal communication
##### 616.89 Communication disorders
##### 612.8 Neuroscience
##### 152 Perception
##### 158.6 Problem-solving
##### 158.1 Personality traits
##### 332.601 Behavioral economics
### Information: Accumulation, Transmission, Modification
#### Information accumulation, transmission, modification
##### 28.5 Reading interests
##### 384.3 Telecommunications
##### 411 Writing systems
##### 303.483 Digital media
##### 004 Data processing
##### 303.48 Computer networks
##### 7.601 Mathematics
##### 8.621 Computer science
##### 9.556 Biology
##### 384.3 Broadcasting
##### 510.28 Information theory (Mathematics)
##### 306.42 Social media
##### 659.1 Advertising
##### 500.2 Research methods (Natural Sciences)
# Models
## Theories of Change
### Dialectics: Opposing forces, Conflict and sublation, Qualitative leaps
#### Dialectics
##### Constant struggle between opposing forces
##### Conflict leads to sublation into higher synthesis
##### Qualitative leaps through quantitative shifts
##### 110 Metaphysics
##### 142.7 Transpersonal psychology
##### 149.97 Marxist philosophy
##### 335.4 Marxism
### Dynamical systems theory: Emergence of attractors, Bifurcations and transitions, Chaotic dynamics
#### Dynamical systems theory
##### Emergence of attractors from initial conditions
##### Bifurcations that lead to phase transitions
##### Limit cycles and chaotic dynamics
##### 515 Topology
##### 515.39 Calculus of variations
##### 519.2 Probability
##### 515.35 Nonlinear analysis
### Chaos/complexity sciences: Sensitivity to initial conditions, Emergence through self-organization, Far from equilibrium dynamics
#### Chaos/complexity sciences
##### Sensitivity to initial conditions
##### Emergence through self-organization
##### Far from equilibrium dynamics
##### 530.01 Chaos theory
##### 530.143 Quantum chaos
##### 510.9 Mathematical history
### Evolutionary theory: Variation through mutation, Selection pressures and reproduction, Emergence of novelty
#### Evolutionary theory
##### Variation through random mutation
##### Selection pressures shape differential reproduction
##### Emergence of novelty through adaptation
##### 150 Psychology
##### 572.8 Origin and evolution of life
##### 591.5 Animal behavior
##### 575 Genetics
##### 576.8 Evolution
##### 570.15 Evolutionary biology
### Relativity and quantum theories: Relativity of space and time, Position-momentum uncertainty, Incompatibility of relativity and quantum mechanics
#### Relativity and quantum theories
##### Einstein’s relativity of space and time
##### Quantum position-momentum uncertainty
##### Incompatibility of relativity and quantum mechanics
##### 128.3 Philosophy of time and space
##### 530.11 Relativity
##### 530.12 Quantum theory
##### 530.14 Quantum field theory
##### 530.143 Quantum gravity
##### 530.15 Electromagnetic theory
##### 511.8 Geometry
##### 523.1 Astronomy
# Intent
## Purpose and Direction
### Self-organization: Formation of dissipative structures, Autocatalytic chemical cycles, Dynamic optimality
#### Self-organization
##### Formation of dissipative structures
##### Autocatalytic chemical cycles
##### Dynamic optimality and fitness maximization
##### 4 Knowledge
##### 501.9 Systems theory
##### 330 Economics
##### 361 Social problems and services
##### 600 Technology
##### 530.1 Physical sciences
##### 152.4 Emotions
##### 620 Engineering
### Co-evolution: Mutual reciprocal shaping, Interconnected change, Responsibility for creative change
#### Co-evolution
##### Mutual reciprocal shaping of coevolving systems
##### Changes in one system drive changes in the other
##### Interconnected change across scales
##### 574 Environmental sciences
##### 577.8 Ecosystems
##### 304.2 Human ecology
##### 570.1 Biological sciences
##### 301 Sociology
### Self-transcendence: Emergence of novel entities, Increasing complexity and powers of agency, Hierarchical organization
#### Self-transcendence
##### Emergence of novel higher level entities
##### Increasing complexity and powers of agency
##### Growth of hierarchical organization and integrative capacity
##### 170 Ethics
##### 179.6 Ethics – Courage
##### 126.9 Jungian psychology
##### 131 Parapsychology and occultism
##### 150 Psychology
##### 152.4 Emotions
##### 155.2 Personality psychology
##### 158.1 Personal improvement and analysis
# Consequences
## Implications of Change
### Impermanence: Transience and fleetingness, Attachment leads to suffering, Openness to flux brings acceptance
#### Impermanence
##### All phenomena are transient and fleeting
##### Attachment to fixed forms leads to suffering
##### Openness to constant flux brings acceptance
##### 204.4 Stress management
##### 158.1 Personal improvement
##### 150 Psychology
##### 155 Child psychology and development
##### 158 Self-help
##### 304 Social problems
##### 305 Social control
##### 335 Labor economics
##### 121 Epistemology
##### 155.2 Personality Psychology
##### 170 Ethics
### Interconnectedness: Interrelatedness, Systems thinking, Responsibility for promoting change
#### Interconnectedness
##### Nothing exists in isolation, everything is interrelated
##### Changes in one element impact the whole system
##### Responsibility to promote creative change
##### 649.1 Parenting techniques
##### 301.42 Sociology of the family
##### 306.874 Parenting
##### 302.5 Small groups
##### 302.35 Group dynamics
##### 304.2 Human ecology
##### 303.372 Peace
### Uncertainty and possibility: Future is open and not predetermined, Constant novelty, Focus shifts from control to fostering emergent order
#### Uncertainty and possibility
##### Future is open and not predetermined
##### Constant novelty emerges from dynamic processes
##### Focus shifts from control to fostering emergent order
##### 649.7 Problem-solving for children
##### 1.942 Extraterrestrial life
##### 001.942 Futurology
##### 501.9 Systems theory
##### 128.3 Philosophy of time and space
##### 509.042 Forecasting
##### 158.6 Leadership
### Freedom and responsibility: Agency within constraints, Choices shape direction of change, Codetermination of future
#### Freedom and responsibility
##### Agency arises within constraints
##### Choices shape direction of change
##### We codetermine the futures that emerge
##### 362.7 Services for families and children
##### 303.372 Democracy
##### 172 Political ethics
##### 322.4 Labor unions
##### 330 Economics
### Adaptability and resilience: Ability to change with circumstances, Capacities for reconfiguration and transformation, Strengthening of feedback, regulation, and buffering
#### Adaptability and resilience
##### Ability to change with changing circumstances
##### Capacities for reconfiguration and transformation
##### Strengthening of feedback, regulation and buffering
##### 613 Personal health and safety
##### 371.102 Classroom management
##### 158.1 Personal improvement
##### 155.2 Personality Psychology
##### 614.5993 Stress-related illnesses
##### 155.24 Personality change
##### 616.85 Anxiety Disorders
### Letting go of fixed identities: Release attachment to stable self-concepts, Embrace change and movement within processes, Adopt impersonal impartial view of constant flux
#### Letting go of fixed identities
##### Release attachment to stable self-concepts
##### Embrace change and movement within processes
##### Adopt impersonal impartial view of constant flux
##### 155.6 Self psychology
##### 305.3 Men
##### 305.4 Women
##### 305.56 Ethnicity and race
##### 306.76 Sexuality
##### 305.23 Adolescence
##### 152.19 Consciousness
### Cultivation of wisdom: Seeing change clearly and profoundly, Ease with impermanence and mystery, Skillful and compassionate action amid flux
#### Cultivation of wisdom
##### See change clearly and profoundly
##### Become at ease with impermanence and mystery
##### Act skillfully and compassionately amid flux
##### 150 Psychology
##### 395 Etiquette
##### 306.8 Family relationships
##### 930 History of ancient world
##### 950 History of Asia
##### 398.45 Mythology and legends
##### 700.1 Aesthetics
##### 791.43 Performing arts
##### 808.5 Rhetoric and writing
##### 808.83 Fiction writing
##### 809.387 Science fiction
##### 900 History
##### 320 Political science
##### 177 Ethics
##### 128 Philosophy
##### 121 Epistemology
##### 153.4 Perception
##### 153.6 Communication
##### 153.63 Thinking
##### 153.7 Attention
##### 153.9 Problem solving
##### 370 Education
##### 302.3 Diffusion of innovations
##### 158.1 Self-actualization
##### 303.482 Media studies
##### 739 Education
##### 752 Buildings
##### 790 Music
##### 793 Theatre
##### 801 Art
##### 155 Psychology of adjustment and change
##### 370 Curriculum
##### 500 Metaphysics
##### 152.4 Emotions
##### 128.33 Human behavior
##### 155.9 Environmental psychology
##### 370.115 Education and state
##### 658.406 Change management
##### 302.35 Organizational behavior

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