For a clean systemic work, the following basic requirements are absolutely necessary: the overall systemic understanding, the knowledge
and understanding of systemic functionings, the overall systemic seeing- and thinking-can, the maintaining of the intellectual and spiritual
integrity and especially important, the understanding of the universal nature and the resulting functionings of the human!
And for a new social system, the fundamental questions must be answered: What is and how does a social system work? - or - How should
a social system work and be designed so that a further development of the consciousness of the people in the systemic can be expressed
through a peaceful-democratic process, and not have to hard-earned bitterly over and over again, as in today's democratic political systems?
Resumed can be formulated that every social system is an interaction system.
And every interaction works through specific reflection principles, which means that every social system is a reflection system.
Currently, every system, and therefore every current democratic system, can only work with the explicit reflection because of its one-
dimensional institutional and mono-structural design.
The explicit reflection was formulated by G. W. F. Hegel and for the first time implemented by Karl Marx concretely into the systemic.
Whereby here it must be added in a differentiated manner that Hegel has already recognized that the explicit is actually based on the
implicit, however, this differentiation could not yet be formulated specifically. This, in turn, Marx did not understand, which meant that he
did not recognize that for the implementation of his social ideas, a system theory, of course preferably a democratic, as a prerequisite
would have been absolutely necessary. But then he remained firmly convinced that only the economic system would have to be changed,
and then the system and the people, so to speak natural growth or primordial, automatically develop into a healthy society, which of course
is fundamentally wrong and, above all, has already been refuted in practice.
Because the explicit reflection in the systemic work means the explicit specification of contents, which in their theory should then develop
the people to a specific goal.
And since Marx has been used, consciously and often unconsciously, the explicit reflection on systemic contents and concepts as the
exclusive principle of reflection.
In practice, however, this reflection principle only means a normatively determined thinking and acting by the system, which automatically
leads to dictatorial developments, because the humans are not all the same in their inner levels of development, in their inner structuring
and in their thinking and seeing.
And that also means that the explicit reflection can not capture and work with the universal sociality of the human.
Because of this, such systems and contents that work exclusively with this principle of reflection can not evolve the people in their very inner
and, of course, due to that, have always failed in practice to date, because the explicit reflection can not capture the actual inner and
self-determined thinking and seeing of the people, because the actual inner thinking, seeing and thus consciousness of the people very
often differs from a normatively determined thinking and acting by the system.
Johannes Heinrichs is the first and so far only philosopher, who has discovered and formulated the implicit reflection!
(You can find more about this at the bottom of this page in the PDF file!)
The implicit reflection - and only the implicit reflection - captures the actual inner and self-derermined thinking and consciousness of the
people and thus also their universal sociality, in contrast to the explicit reflection.
Therewith, the implicit reflection represents an evolutional leap forward for the system theory, for the systemic work, yes the decisive key
for the further development of social systems!
So that means, if one want, that the further development and the actual consciousness of the humans can express themselves in the
systemic, then a political and social system must be able to capture the implicit reflection and express it as a then lived reflection on a
And the Value-levels-democracy is the only system that can capture and work with the implicit reflection!
No other system and even no other alternative has understood only rudimentarily what the implicit reflection generally is.
Likewise, Johannes Heinrichs discovered and formulated that the people communicate with each other on 4 different levels of reflection
and thus on 4 levels of implicit reflection.
That means of course for the practice, that also in the systemic all 4 reflection and thus communication levels should find their expression.
And the Reflection-System-Theory of Four-segmentation or the Value-levels-democracy is the only system concept that creates and
establishes with the 4 sub-parliaments, which are a direct derivation from these 4 levels of communication, the basic prerequisites for this.