We should regard the boundaries that delineate one system from another as places of connection and exchange rather than barriers that separate or isolate.
The whole is more than the sum of its parts
Daniel Christian Wahl

Thx, Daniel. I find it useful to think about boundaries as semi-permeable membranes and fields of density overlapping. The language of interfaces is particularly useful.

An interface defines not only the site where interactions can occur but also the specific modes that interactions have to adopt in order to occur. Semi-permeability means that not all things are possible, but only those that the system and its parts have negotiated and made possible.

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